By Anonymous - 27/01/2016 17:11 - United States - Minneapolis
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#11 She could have been drunk or maybe they got in a fight (not a good reason but maybe she thought they were done) and we don't know what "cheating" entailed (kissing, making out or full out sex) there is not enough context as to what happened. But its OP relationship and from my experience most people don't listen if they aren't ready. It's up to OP to decide how to proceed.
13, regardless if my partner kissed or fucked another, cheating is cheating. And if my partner went off immediately after an 'unclear fight' and made out or slept with another woman, my respect STILL would go down. And I would not consider him worthy to be in a relationship with me. So, it doesn't matter, there are no excuses for cheating. OP still deserves better.
Most of the time cheating is sex, not just kissing. And any cheating is enough context to break up. I've been cheated on in a Poly-relationship, where my only rule was tell me that you are going to hook up with someone, and she was still going after people sneakily. For me any cheating is an instant break up.
#31, poly relationships can be very loving and loyal relationships. I would never be in one, because I get jealous way too easily. But when you are literally telling your partner "You can hook up with other people as long as you tell me first" and yet they go behind your back anyways, they are a shitty person just like any other cheater.
Too bad for her, I really hope you dumped her sorry ass. Especially if it happened this early on (I assume).
Yes because nothing says "I love you" like cheating on your significant other