Sooo, what do you think about that? Do you think it's true or do you think people can change?
Once a cheater, always a cheter?
You never know when you will meet the perfect person.
I think it's far to broad a statement that takes no account of individuality and circumstance. Some people are cheaters and like the illicitness of the act or they are indifferent to who they may hurt. Others get caught up in events and simply let things proceed to far without intent of causing pain to anyone. As much as we would like to believe otherwise humanity, like all other animals, lives in the moment.
There is no punishment. There is no reward. There are only consequences.
I agree with oldfolks, it has a lot to do with circumstances. I think if they lie about it and continue doing it and dont see the harm then yes.My best friend someone who was dead set against cheeting cheeted on her boyfriend. She hasnt been the same since, in terms of she has never forgiven herself for it and it happened over 2 years ago. She told him the very next day and they worked through it. They arent together anymore but the break up was a year after and had nothing to do with the cheating, yet because to her it was morally wrong she still feels aweful for it.
I can say that I was a cheater and now I'm not nor would I become a cheater again. I guess I grew up and my prioreties changed
and there was light