You Took a Vow

I think infidelity is wrong in general, but in marriage I think maybe it's a bit worse. If you're just dating someone and you cheat, you broke a trust but when you're married the bond goes so much deeper.

You took a vow, you said this is the only person I want to be with for the rest of my life, and then, you what, changed your mind? I know marriages can fail, that sometimes people change and grow a part, but that's what divorce is for. If you don't want a divorce, then you obviously still want to give the relationship a go, so why cheat?

Just like with dating, if you don't want to be with someone, don't be with them, leave. If you found someone else who you think is better for you, go be with them, but tell the other person first, do it the right way. Otherwise, you're nothing more than a liar, and you only care about yourself, and by all rights should be left anyway.

DelightfulBabe08 DelightfulBabe08
26-30
1 Response Mar 7, 2009

I agree. Don't get hitched if you can't stay stiched...together, I mean! <br />
HUGS, livingwell