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To Be Honest...

...I think its pretty much always wrong.

vinividivici21 vinividivici21 22-25, F 13 Responses Sep 20, 2008

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Well I don't think it is wrong at all. It depends entirely upon the circumstances, although there are those who presumably are in a happy marriage will try to dictate to others and have them waste their lives in a friendly, but sexless loveless existence. I have had several affairs with married women, it can be wonderful and fulfilling. I have never tried to possess these women nor steal them from their husbands, but there is something very special in the clandestine meetings, the late night text message, and the moments spent together . So my message to the unhappily or negelected married women out there is don't feel guilty if you have to then you have to, just be careful about becoming entangled

It is wrong. I know, because I was the other man, who broke up a marriage. And I was the husband who got cheated on, by my wife. I know how much it hurts. I know who I hurt. The damage that this causes, on both sides of the hurting line, is terrible. The guilt that I have, still, is very much real today.

"Are you my virgins?? I've been screwed!!"

I think for some, its seems simpler. Because, in the immediate sense, cheating doesn't require a large argument, major life adjustments, or divorce/separation. Now, the result of infidelity is usually these things, but not many cheaters go into the situation saying: "Yes! I'm cheating and I'm going to get caught."<br />
Regardless of how you look at it, cheating is caused by the worst kind of selfishness.

I think jeff dunham makes a great infidel.... : P

Daaaaaw, Thank you. =)

Yes, it is. It tears people and families apart.

I agree with you! It is always wrong! If you aren't happy in your relationship, then seperate and get a divorce. Infideltiy hurts, regardless of the situation.

ditto

In that kind of situation, the best thing to do is leave.

If you are depressed to the point of suicide, then why not just get a divorce? Why not just leave?

Its not about infidelity being a lesser evil...although I'm sure in some situations this may be true. Its about the fact that cheating on a partner is *wrong.* At least, in my estimation is it.

Would that be you or someone you know tamarah? I think it's always wrong. There's no excuse for infidelity. If you're miserable, leave. If you can't find a way out, you're not trying hard enough.

it's always wrong but sometimes it is the less of two wrongs. as in abusive, neglectful husband have a wife who is depressed to the point of suicide ends up having an affair and that keeps her from killing herself. i say the affair is the lesser evil