Is infidelity ever justified?

Is infidelity ever justified?

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Hema K
June 7, 2017

10 Comments

  1. Hello Everyone ,I have been living with my wife for some years now,she has been keeping late nights and also receiving calls late at night,i was afraid she has been cheating on me and a friend of mine introduced me to a private investigator who helped me and gave me the password to her Facebook and Gmail account and also linked all her phone conversations to me.He saved me from all her lies and infidelity,he gave me all i wanted during our divorce and helped me with evidence in court.Contact (ethicalhacking618@ gmail .com) .tell him i referred you he will help you

  2. Why do we think we owe other people? Think about it? *p*

  3. Poeple may define infedility in many ways.*p**p*One partner no onger in love.*p**p*Loveless marriage/relationship*p**p*In a marraige for the heck of it , but since your arried you cant have sex with another.*p**p*or simply having and affair and/or cheating*p**p*I personally feel staying in a loveless relationship of any kind (refer to frst 3 points) is unfair. If one is unhappy but married for label, i dont think its infidelity. When one desnt have an emotional connect with the partner there cant be infedility.  *p**p*Infedility can only happen in a love filled relationship and its inaaproprite. I cant comment if its justified . People make mistakes. and they can move on with it. Its upto the couple.*p*

  4. How can you justify cheating someone who has complete faith in you? How  can you inflict pain on someone who loves you?*p**p*Infidelity can never be justified. *p*

  5. Yes it can. If two people, who used to love each, are no longer in a good relationship then for sure problem is on both the sides. When one person keeps on ignoring the sign of infidelity then it leads to bigger issue. No one cheats his/her love at day one. It takes time to feel ignored and used, and then only people take steps to go beyond what is justified. *p*

  6. Infidelity involves lying, cheating and being spineless in not being honest. how can these things ever be justified? If you do not wantto be in a relationship, move out of it. why put the other person involved in pain?*p*

  7. I do not think it is, personally. Anything which involves cheating is never acceptable. Even if someone is not getting the love and respect from their lovers and seek the same in someone else, I would still suggest that they get out of that relationship. I would avoid complication as much as I can.*p*

  8. No. In a healthy marital relationship it is not justified..but if the relationship is dysfunctional or on the verge of collapse, then infidelity is a sort of reaction against it. Sometimes it is also a means of getting back at your partner , or of drawing attention to yourself.*p*

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