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... I may be wrong, but I don't believe in cheating without guilt, just like stealing. It is ingrained in our ... culture, so to say. Some people may feel more or less guilt, some people may pretend they don't care, but at least some guilt is always there. Even if you cheat to revenge yourself, there is guilt. ... (13 replies)
... been in a relationship with my boyfriend for just over 8 years. He is gone all week for work, and is only home on the weekends. We have 2 kids together. Things always seemed to be fine between us until the past two years. We began to live seperate lives. ... (6 replies)
... I believe people who are cheating accuse the other person out of guilt sort of. ... (49 replies)

... Me and my wife have been married for almost a year and we have always got along great and I have always trusted her...until recently. ... (2 replies)
... st cheating, but as far as I can see, there are cheatings and cheatings. If the cheating is intentional and made to harm the other partner or if the "cheater" is cheating just to revenge or if the cheating is purely recreational and exposes the wife or husband to STDs, then this is really bad. ... (12 replies)
... I think I'm learning that I have a fear of intimacy or something. It wouldn't matter who I'm with, I really think I'd feel the same way. And also for me there's always this feeling that I'm missing something! Let me tell you something that happened to me yesterday which put a lot of things into perspective for me. ... (14 replies)
... I agree with you Eve that women need to raise our standards, and not accept anything but top notch treatment, but I don't think cheating has much to do with gender. ... (14 replies)
... t be involved in relationships, and believe me, I keenly remember the longing to lose yourself completely in another person as a way to make entering adulthood a less terrifying, unknown prospect. ... (53 replies)
... ar that YOU WANT TO WORK THINGS OUT. Profess your committment to this relationship from here on out, and tell him how strong you think you two are together. It always helps when you remind the other person how great you are together and how well you two can get through anything. ... (24 replies)
Feb 28, 2005
... r cheated is a bad person or doomed never to have happy, lasting relationships. The a sizable majority of people either cheated or were involved in some sort of cheating in their lives, and it doesn't have to haunt you for the rest of your life. You were young, and you learned better... ... (9 replies)
I hate myself
Oct 19, 2004
... First of all i would like to thank everyone for always helping me out. I am trying my best in regard to the councelling and my bf has even offered to pay... ... (46 replies)
... distance relationships and I KNOW how it is to be in one. I'll never ever put myself in such relationships again, and I always tell others to avoid it. ... (17 replies)

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