It is not advisable to go back to someone who cheated on you. The chances of them doing it again are very high. However, you should listen to what they have to say. They might have a good reason of doing it. After hearing their story, then you can make a decision.
I have taken back several that cheated on me...usually it doesn't work out. More than a few girlfriends, a wife who I just moved into a new house...not mine of course. Move on with your life, see what else is out there...
Been there done that. The answer is no. He's only going to hurt you again and I'm assuming that your friends are telling you not to, and though you think you still like him you won't be liking him when he cheats on you again or ruins everything you work for. Don't do it. You'll end up bitter and heartbroken.
Honestly i would not do it. If they do not see how you were the first time while ya'll were in a relationship they didn't be honest to you and everything then they are not worth the time. It would be best to be with someone who would be honest with you and not lie,show respect.
That word cheated is relative because if your not married then its valuable information because you have insight into their character and maturity level. Get very real about what you want in a husband and faithfulness beginning with their spiritual walk with Christ Jesus. A good man will have Christ as his priority and he will care about your happiness. If your not happy at the dating point please avoid the disaster of marrying him.
Well see the delima is, if you did go back the sense of trust would be different, you couldnt really trust him/her the same way in terms of daily basis/activities/who he/she is with... that sortve thing, but all in all in the end of the day its your decision.
yea i actually went back to mine because he asked for a second chance, now, he is completely changed and is even more caring and dedicated for over twelve months now and i've not found him wanting in any way again.
You can get as many answers and try to read them all and decide or instead cast a poll.
But the truth is I'm a twenty-two year old kid who met a woman, impulsive, aggressive, caring, artistic, and understanding, and surprisingly good with mechanics, and fell deeply in love at age sixteen. We're two people who went through the same loss and pain, but wound up in different places, and connected, and she's still always on my mind, and I'm still always bringing her flowers or a poem or a picture of us together that I drew as signs of appreciation. And she still always love-punches me for it, but when she cheated on me when I was nineteen and her twenty-one, I did leave her. But in the end, I called her back, and I allowed her back into my life and eventually back into my heart. She gave me a cut when she did it, but rather than leave her and turn that cut into a bigger scar, I took a few weeks to mend it and I still love her just as much as before, if not more so. Would I give her another chance if she did it again? Probably, but I'd hate to think it that way, as the Bible says, forgiveness is the first step towards rebirth...or something like that.
in my opinion it depends on numerous things. how did you find out? if he told you and explained how it happened then thats a start. i think it also depends on what the circumstances were. im not saying it is ok to cheat, but i can understand if a couple has been having issues and the person just got caught up with someone and did that. im not saying it would be ok to cheat, but if it happened in that kind of circumstance, i might forgive....might. also, how many times did he cheat? is he very sorry and swears he wont do it again? in my opinion if someone cheats more than once on you esp if they have a fling or affair, i think you shouldnt take them back because they knew what they were doing. if the person only cheated once, told you himself and is proving to you that he is truly sorry and wont do it again, i think you should forgive him. im not saying it would be easy, but if the guy does what i just said, i might forgive. an ex. for me is steve in sex and the city the movie. if someone does what he did, i think i would eventually forgive. i hope this helped.
Your partner must understand what she/he has done and promise you that it will not happen again.It could be that the person she/he cheated you with was looking for an opportunity to separate you.You should listen to your feelings and see if you can continue to be with your partner.If you feel like you can trust her/him again and you see that she/he is deeply sorry about it maybe you can give another chance(only one though).On the other hand,if you see that that person is not sorry about what has happened you should find another one because you deserve better!
No, No No. Once you lose the trust it's gone. Once a cheater....Everytime he's 10 minutes late you will wonder, every time he gets a text, you will wonder, every time he gets a call, you will wonder.When he says he's going home, you will wonder. Or maybe yea, just to get revenge and do it to him so he can see how it feels & hurts
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I wouldnt personally, because of experience, but i mean, i think sometimes its okay to give someone a second chance but it takes a while to build that trust back up. I just wouldnt. And you deserve better anyway. Way better.
if someone is truly in love with you, they'd never cheat on you because they would think they had the perfect person. So love is going to come your way, just probably not how you expected it to. Little girls always want a prince charming. As we grow up, our prince (or maybe princess?) doesn't turn out to be what we expected. Some girls want prince charming and fall in love with a badass. It's just how love is. Please don't go back to that person until you're sure they won't do it again. xx