Allowed Or Not

  I think it's plain out disrespect! I mean-what's the point of getting married if you're going to hoe-hop all over town? Even if it's the couple's fantasy-even if the husband/wife allows the other to "cheat" it's still WRONG. you Knew when you said those vows that you wanted to be with that person and that persno alone! Not treat them like a new toy-when it gets old..get another.

lostprophet lostprophet
22-25, F
2 Responses Mar 9, 2009

there are two kinds of infidelity, really.

The first kind is the one we assume everyone does. This person is genuinely selfish, and feels entitled to be able to do whatever they want to do without thinking about their partner's feelings. This person needs to learn to look at more than themselves.

The other kind is a person looking for a way to satisfy their needs, but remain with the partner they promised to stay with. This person is in a hopeless situation because the want to be responsible and continue loving their partner, but for some reason their partner has stopped satisfy their needs. No amount of communication or therapy can get this person to start fulfilling their needs, and the needs won't go away. This person believes they can both satisfy their own needs, and satisfy the commitment they made to their partner. This person doesn't know, yet, that it's not possible.

Well for one. I believe that if you're a Non believer in God.. hmm..somethin should be done with cha!