Love,everything else

Discussion in 'Everything Else' started by cathzme, Mar 25, 2019.


How can you forgive a person who cheats on your relationship

  1. 1.forgive and give 2nd chance

    5 vote(s)
  2. 2.forget and move on

    2 vote(s)
Multiple votes are allowed.
  1. cathzme

    cathzme New Member

    Once is enough but twice or thrice is too much..
  2. Sindi25

    Sindi25 Member

    I don't think I could ever forgive them. If we both agreed to be in a monogamous relationship, loyalty is something that shouldn't even be questioned. It would be better for me to break up with them and have the time to process my feelings and get over it. A person who cheated didn't love me enough to keep themselves away from temptation.
  3. romilda

    romilda Member

    Always forgives.
  4. userhichou1

    userhichou1 Member

    :thumbsup::thumbsup: forgives
  5. mayimayi

    mayimayi Member

    I am someone who forgives easily, but when it comes to cheating, I'd rather die than to be with you again. Because I can't forget anything, most specially if it hurts me the most. Our relationship will only get worse because I am incapable of giving my trust to someone who shutter it.
    I will move on with life, keeping my head up high becasuse I know to myself that I give my that relastionshop, and the cheater is the one who ruined it. His loss, not mine.
  6. Chaiya

    Chaiya Member

    I lose my trust easily but I give it wholly. I saw a video about an old couple who I would say has been together for 60 years. The part that struck me the most in the video was when the woman said-- the key to their relationship was Forgiveness.. It made me rethink all the failed relationships I had. You are going to be with a person that has many flaws, you yourself is not perfect. You always have to forgive and move forward. Though, as much as I believe in giving chances, you also have to see to it that you know your worth, you love yourself too much to be abused by the same mistake over and over again. To forgive is divine, but self respect and self love is eternal. This is a case to case basis, you always have to use your best judgment and instincts as well. You may forgive but cheating on you or should I say committing the same mistakes because the person lost respect and love for you.. You have to also be mindful and rethink of your relationship and what's best for you and the person in the long run. Know when to exit.
  7. shaamei

    shaamei Member

    Someone told me that - "You can trust someone without loving them, but you can't love someone without trusting them". One way or another, we all made mistakes. But I still believe that love is greater than anything. Mistakes are our flaws, we must learn to accept it and replace it with self-care and self-awareness.
    A relationship is not all about LOVE, it is also about working hard together to make it worth it. It's compromising and complementing each other's need and respecting one another. Most importantly, it's about trust.
  8. Sammij18

    Sammij18 New Member

    I think it depends on the circumstances and the people involved. Each situation is completely different. We are human and can make mistakes, I honestly believe forgiveness is one of the strongest traits one can have.
  9. No matter how great the sin always have a forgiving heart. We all make mistakes in our life though forgiven trust can never be gained back again.
  10. devincci

    devincci Member

    Forgive and give second chances. Even they made a mistake to us we should forgive them. We, ourselves, we are not perfect we also do mistake that may someone will hurt. Trust is very important and it is hard to gain back again. But, why don't we forgive as like our God do to us? Even we have so many sins he forgives us.
  11. tsameyn

    tsameyn New Member

    Learn to forgive if you choose to love. Love is not just for the sweet moment or perfect relationships, some trials may come and even the biggest sin a man or woman can make is also possible, but how you handle your sin or how you forgive is what important to any relationship. I cast my vote here to both choices given. I can forgive if someone cheats depending on the situation and much more to forget and move on. If I choose to forgive, then I will stick to it and take responsibility for my decision by never opening it up again to someone or even to my partner. Then if I choose not to forgive, it is the same as if I forgive, I will be responsible for my action by never and trying to do the process of moving on. It is a vice versa decision but it still about how both in the relationship handle that kind of situation. But for me, I will be open-minded to make a decision that is reasonable and fair for both of us.

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