By anonymous - 14/02/2011 13:45 - United States
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to be fair: it says explain, doesn't say he has. it says sleeping, not having sex with (possibility that it's referring to sleeping in same bed. actually encountered that from an ex) having sex with someone else isn't cheating (to my and my girlfriends mind, and quite a lot of people) if it's agreed about beforehand. if you have an open relationship, it's not cheating. (it might be to you, doesn't mean it isn't to others, if it is for you: good for you. other people have a different opinion.) so where is the FML? there's not enough info here
I understand why she did, I've gone through the same thing with my boyfriend. We were together for 3 years when he admitted to cheating on me twice. I didn't leave him right away because I loved him and thought he was sincere in his apology and able to change. But then I caught him doing it a third time. You can imagine how hard it is leaving someone that you love, and how much you want to believe that it's not over yet, that they can change. So you believe them.... it's a vicious cycle that's hard to break. The guy keeps cheating and you keep forgiving. It doesn't pertain directly to the FML but I get why it's hard to "just leave" when you discover that your partner has cheated on you. ANYWAY, I just broke up with my boyfriend yesterday so I wanted share.
If its happened before why are you still with him? Your an idiot, leave him already !!
I would be curious to know what HIS definition of cheating is.