Share
You could earn SmartPoints on this page!SmartPoint Coin

Health Questions & Answers

Q:

Favorite
0

What is your opinion?

Erin Froehlich asked this
August 8, 2011 at 1:37 PM

A:

Coaches
3

That would mostly depend on the victim and the offender I suppose. If you had valid reason to believe he/she can be trusted and that they just slipped up, then totally possible. But obviously it depends a lot on the victim I'd imagine. If they are a grudge holder the lack of trust eventually becomes their fault.

And THAT is your reply from a single guy lol.

Dayton from SLN answered
August 9, 2011 at 4:22 PM

I think the length of the relationship really comes into play after a certain while. If a couple has been married for over thirty years and infidelity comes to light, the choice to stay together is much different than it is after dating for a year.

John answered
August 31, 2011 at 12:59 PM

Both good points.

I don't think it's a yes or no, cut and dry issue. It definitely depends on the victim's ability to forgive, the offender's ability to correct their behavior and the situation they are both coming from - married? children? ect.

I think would add to this list of "depends on", the ability and willingness of both parties to correct the underlying problem in their relationship.

It's not right to cheat, but people don't cheat because they're happy.

If the couple can't identify the problems in their relationship or with themselves individually, that led to the infidelity, they shouldn't count on long-term success together.

Erin Froehlich answered
August 31, 2011 at 1:53 PM
Already a member? Just sign in!

You are at least 13 years of age and agree to our terms of service.

(All fields Reqiuired)

Report Abuse

Question Tags

Relationships

Short URL: https://www.smartlivingnetwork.com/q383

    THRIVE Email Newsletter from HelloLife®

    Subscribe to the THRIVE Newsletter


    Site Feedback