Cheating is perceived as one of the biggest betrayal of all times in our society, but what is actually so controversial about it? Is it the action? The lies? The fear of not being the ONE. Or actually is it just knowing about it? Let’s dive into the subject with the following scenario.
You’ve met Brandon 3 years ago. Your relationship started nicely, you guys have nice conversations, he understands you and you feel like you understand him. When something is wrong he always knows it and he has the right words to make you smile. Brandon really sweeps you off your feet, from having quality time with you, calling you very often; to taking you out in your favourite places. Brandon is the ONE. You are now very very close and serious. This man is your soul mate and giving him such a title makes you think it’ll last forever. Brand is irreplaceable to you. Most importantly make you feel special, appreciated and loved.
After 4 years together, you and Brandon get engaged. You’re about to get married. You’re on cloud nine, looking forward to the wedding day. However, something’s off lately with Brand and you’re wondering…You decide to investigate and find he has been unfaithful to you for 4 years.
What is the definition of being unfaithful?
In a long term relationship, is cheating inevitable?
To conclude, there’s only repercussions to infidelity when the person knows about it. So, I’m asking you, what is the exact reason that makes cheating so fundamentally wrong?
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