Poll: Would you leave?
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Yes, cheating can't be tolerated.
189 58%
No, I would be mad but they would be forgiven
14 4%
Maybe/Depends on the circumstances
121 37%
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#1
Does cheating dictate the end of a relationship? Like if you found out your significant other was cheating on you, would it be over between you or would you forgive them?


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#2
Dump that bitch.
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#3
too much resentment

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#4
Depends.
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#5
Depends on the people. It's not an A/B answer, I don't think.
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#7
I have dumped someone because I suspected them of cheating, but I've also forgiven someone when I knew for sure they had. I do what I feel like at the time
#8
Yes. I take cheating so bad, I once considered shooting my ex and then suicide. Hate cheaters.
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#9
If a person loved you enough, they wouldn't have cheated on you.
It's hard to break up with someone, but it's really the best thing to do.

After that, embrace being single, do all the things you couldn't do before. It's good.
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#13
Depends, if your not so better half was right trashed at a party and slept with someone else by mistake something like that can be forgiven. But if its something thats been going on, on a regular basis then no cause that means they have moved on from bothering with the relationship.
#14
Cheating is the end. I say this because I have forgiven in the past and then learned later it was a mistake. Also, where the person says it is okay because they were trashed at a party, that is ridiculous. If you are in a relationship you have the responsibility to not get so trashed at a party that you 'accidentally' cheat.
#15
It depends on how the relationship is. If it's some girl I've been seeing for like 4 months it's gonna be the end. However, if it were 4 years and I really loved her then I can't say for certain either way.
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#17
Cheating should result in a threesome
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#18
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Cheating is the end. I say this because I have forgiven in the past and then learned later it was a mistake. Also, where the person says it is okay because they were trashed at a party, that is ridiculous. If you are in a relationship you have the responsibility to not get so trashed at a party that you 'accidentally' cheat.


Yeah shit happens and you cant say it never has for you or I would call you a liar straight to your face. Its was an example...jesus dont read so hard into it.
#19
Probably but I can't guarantee anything.
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#21
Wouldn't care particularly. Definitely wouldn't break up a relationship over it.
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#22
I personally have a zero tolerance stance on the subject, but then again I've never been cheated on (to my knowledge).
#24
Yes, it would. Pretty much definitely. Circumstances need to be taken into account of course, but if someone was cheating on me I don't think I could actually continue the relationship.
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#25
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Wouldn't care particularly. Definitely wouldn't break up a relationship over it.



So you wouldn't care if your wife, the mother of your children, was having sex with another man?

Or how about that girl you've been dating for a few months that you're really starting to like?


Or you just married her, and after your honeymoon you catch her with somebody else.


...so you really "wouldnt care particularly"?
#26
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So you wouldn't care if your wife, the mother of your children, was having sex with another man?

Or how about that girl you've been dating for a few months that you're really starting to like?


Or you just married her, and after your honeymoon you catch her with somebody else.


...so you really "wouldnt care particularly"?


Not really. As long as he/she [the person they're with] wasn't a douche.

Although calling it "cheating" is probably no longer appropriate because it wouldn't violate any trust issues. I don't have any particular attachment to exclusivity in a relationship. Dunno why, it's just not important to me.
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#27
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So you wouldn't care if your wife, the mother of your children, was having sex with another man?

Or how about that girl you've been dating for a few months that you're really starting to like?


Or you just married her, and after your honeymoon you catch her with somebody else.


...so you really "wouldnt care particularly"?



You do realize that porn stars have relationships, right?
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#28
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You do realize that porn stars have relationships, right?


Slightly different context. And a lot of people would be bothered by that.
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#29
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Slightly different context. And a lot of people would be bothered by that.



Just using it as an example that not everyone cares about being monogamous in a relationships.
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#30
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You do realize that porn stars have relationships, right?



Not all of them. And it's prettymuch their job to get ****ed on a camera. And you know they are doing it. I'm talking about somebody you love, somebody you trust, having sex with another person without your knowledge...until you find out.
#31
For me, yes.


I know some people that haven't let it end their relationship. I can't understand it, but they're free to make their own decisions.
#32
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For me, yes.


I know some people that haven't let it end their relationship. I can't understand it, but they're free to make their own decisions.


Can you explain why it's such an issue for you? I've honestly never really understood it. Just curious.
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#33
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Can you explain why it's such an issue for you? I've honestly never really understood it. Just curious.



How am I supposed to trust someone that can't stay faithful to our relationship?
#34
Only if you cannot rebuild trust.

Depends on the situation also, myself and my girlfriend slept with different people when we were having problems in our relationship and wiped the slate clean.

Obviously there will always be insecurities etc.. but its each to their own.
#35
Main thing would be how and when I found out.
If they told me straight up, within a few days, very apologetic and clearly regretting it...then I'd be more inclined to forgive them than if I found out several months or more down the line, through no honesty of theirs.
I've been cheated on to some extent by pretty much every person I've been with. Only dumped one of them.
I'm guilty of cheating too, and have been dumped for it..also forgiven.
#37
Generally I would since it means that the person doesn't want to be with me anymore is looking for someone else.
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#38
If the relationship was good before finding out, it would hurt even more, and be a bigger violation of trust. If things were bad, it'd just be the final thing to make it definitely the end.
#39
I couldn't be in a relationship without trust. Even if I didn't end it right away, it would only be a matter of time before that resentment and distrust crept through into everything else and things would have to end. So it would be far better to just end it at that time than to drag it out.
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#40
It depends.
For me, cheating is the end all be all crime of any relationship. Its the end.

However, my friend once cheated on his current girlfriend in the early stages of their relationship. He was driving a (very attractive) friend of his home one day and she leaned in and kissed him a couple of times before he told her to stop. Now this is debatable, because if she just kissed him and he didn't kiss back is it really cheating? I would say yes. He knew what was happening was wrong, but he didn't stop her immediately. However, he did stop her relatively quickly (after a matter of seconds) and told her that he had a girlfriend. My main gripe with this situation is that he refrained from telling his girlfriend until months later, making seem like something he was hiding, rather than a mere slip up on his part. I have forgiven him for it and so has his girl, so I suppose all is well.
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