once a allways a CHEATER!
OH, he'll cheat again.. almost a guarantee
yeah its pretty likely... then again, true love can change a guy...
oh thats too bad.. then he probably will
ohh i see
To quote a couple of cliches -- a tiger doesn't change its stripes and the grass is always greener...this guy seems to be drawn to the challenge of a conquest, once he has the "prize" he's on to the next one. My gut feeling is that he isn't looking for "the one" he's looking for the flavor of the moment and its more about winning than a relationship. But he's only 24 and still chasing teenagers (which his current 18 year old conquest is) -- maybe one day he'll get the concept of quality over quantity and end up with a great woman...but for now, he's still fishing for what will impress his friends and stroke his ego...in my humble opinion. : )
24 year old dating an 18 year old? Likelihood of him cheating since he has a history of it, I would say is very likely.
From the info you provided thats just what I think. You obviously know more about them than anyone of us will, so your observation is going to a lot better than ours....
That is true. But I'm confused, from what I've read whenever someone says he'll most likely cheat you defend him, yet at the same time you say that they're relationship wont last?
Ah I understand that position. My advise on this, you can take it or not, is just not to get involved with his relationships. He may **** up all of them or he may find the one. Who knows? But his drama shouldn't be yours, no matter how much you want him to stop his history of cheating and breaking young girls hearts. People don't change because we want them to, thats a choice they have to make, or not.
He will continue to cheat as long as he knows there are no consequences. A man cheats so his wife leaves him. Two weeks later he charmed her back with empty promises. That was to easy. He cheats again she leaves him for a month then goes back to him. So he figures if he does it again he dont have much to lose...the wife may leave but she will be back. I would have left the first time he did it and never went back.
because everyone is different. you give them room to change but change doesn't come overnight. and if you think he will remain a cheater then the bigger chance of him staying as one.
I see cheaters as insecure. they are afraid to be left so they have to have as many spare tires as they want. It's just an opinion. If so much pain has been given, why not give yourself a break and getout of that relationship (unless you are married). You deserve much more. For him, let him change (or not change). Try not to go back only because he says he has changed. Maybe someone else can truly believe him. Let him go and move on.
i bet he'll cheat again
Specifically, I have no idea, but I will say they're too high for comfort.