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Post Reply Do you still have respect for someone who cheats in a relationship
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i have sex with multiple girls while i am dating them, and i tell them the truth if they would ever ask me.

whats the problem? sex is just sex.

love is a different story.
;)
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Of course not. Everybody makes mistakes. My motto for life is: Forgive and forget.
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19 / M / On the Court
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Show me the picture of the girl you had sex with and I will see if I still hate you or not.
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27 / M / Germany
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Nope.

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22 / F / Johnstown, PA, USA
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It depends. The situation can be complicated. For example: Would I lack respect for someone who cheated on a person that possesses a personality comparable to that of my paternity? No, I wouldn't. I also wouldn't lose respect for someone that's forced into a loveless relationship.
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18 / M / USA
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I don't have respect for those who knowingly do something wrong.
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20 / M / Melancholy Hill
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No, I can;t you betrayed someone's trust and wasted their time. When in reality they could of focus on themselves and did better.
Posted 10/15/13

Sogno- wrote:

i cheated in monopoly once or twice

my mother and i don't get along any worse because of it


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22 / M / Norway
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Posted 10/16/13
Might get some hate because of this but...
NO, non whatsofuckingever!

If your considering cheating on someone, then your relationship isnt worth or to put it bluntly, your not worth of the other persons love, and if the other person dont love you then break up with him/her before you even start thinking abut other people, thats the least you can do
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24 / M / Canada
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This reminds me of a quote that Johnny Depp once said: "If you fall in love with two people, choose the second because if you really loved the first you wouldn't have fallen for the second."

Not to exonerate all the cheaters out there, but if someone cheats in a relationship it could be that that relationship wasn't very strong or healthy to begin with.
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18 / M / Birmingham
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One night stands! F#ck relationships!
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If you're in a relationship and you cheat, that is YOUR problem.

If you wanna play the field and just hook up with people then don't get in a relationship because unless you've been living on mars you'd understand that relationships are based on mutual trust. Part of which involves both parties staying monogamous, you should want to! If your feelings for that person aren't strong enough to keep you from screwing around then don't be stupid enough to trap yourself in a relationship or at least do the honorable thing and break it off before you do end up cheating.

As for respect? it depends on the person, some people have really shit reasons for cheating (I was drunk/bored of the relationship) for example, these types of people are too pathetic to leave their partners who they clearly aren't satisfied with and would rather deceive them and cause them hurt which gets no respect from me, you're not sparing anyone's feelings by being deceitful you're just going to cause your partner more upset than necessary. Man up and be honest!

As for people who've cheated in the past but go about their relationships honorably otherwise, why shouldn't I respect them? everyone makes mistakes. It's only the cheaters with the intent of cheating in a relationship or the lack of courage to get out of their relationship because they'd rather sleep around that don't have my respect - I think people should do what they wanna do but not if they're hurting someone else.
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55 / M / Covina, California
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Posted 10/17/13
Until the day you find out that one of your condoms didn't work and you contracted HIV from one of your many girlfriends.
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35 / New York
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Posted 10/17/13
Aside from a display of courage, or intellectual accomplishment... I've never found myself urged toward the emotion of respect.

Since when have people earned respect through mundane mammalian acts?

Hump whatever you want, ya friggin animals.
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Posted 10/17/13
There's no words of apology nor action to mend a broken heart and rebuild a shattered trust; respect is nowhere to be found along these lines. To proceed and try to work things out is headed to an unhealthy relationship and inevitable resentment, which will make the past mistake resurface even when the slightest suspicion arise. Unless one is willing to be hurt again, because the person is worth that much (a sign of co-dependency issue) then he or she ought to move on and be better off to meet another stranger that might be principled and upstanding.

Relationships are a little bit more complex than the black and white I have laid out, but it is the safest course of action if one is not willing risk something. And that what relationship is about - TAKING A RISK and A LEAP OF FAITH.
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