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Have you ever cheated on your spouse and have you done it more then once? Did you tell or get caught?
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      Debpeters wrote Jul 29, 2010
    • Yes and he still doesn’t know it and thank god nothing happened because of it.




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      Michelle05 wrote Jul 29, 2010
    • No.... I know what it feels like to be cheated ON!  My first husband (jackass!) lived a double life for over a year!  Karma is a Bitch Scott, and he has been living with bad karma ever since!  happy




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      Cathie Beck wrote Jul 29, 2010
    • No, and my X has bad kama too, Michelle. His energy feels so bad that is all I recognized of him after he changed his appearance so drastrcally and we ended out in the same place.  

      Cathie




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      Mztracy wrote Jul 29, 2010
    • Nope, never!




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      Lazylola wrote Jul 29, 2010
    • I’d feel skanky and would not be able to live with myself.




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      Yana Berlin wrote Jul 29, 2010
    • I believe that everyone deserves to be happy, therefore if you are not, leave.
      Cheating is not the way to solve a problem or get a quick fix.  

      Most people feel guilty after the fact. The negative energy, bad feelings and possibility of the spouse finding out is just not worth the thrill.

      That’s just my opinion, and I’m sticking to it. estatic




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      Mztracy wrote Jul 29, 2010
    • Ditto Yana! heart




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      Anonymous wrote Jul 29, 2010
    • I cheated on my ex, several times.  It was always with the same guy.  Yes, the guilt is enormous.  No he never found out and I didn’t tell until we divorced.

      Saying things like “if you‘re not happy, leave” is very simplistic.  In real life that is not always possible.  

      My life has changed dramatically and there’s no way I could cheat on my current hubby who I adore and respect.




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      Yana Berlin wrote Jul 29, 2010
    • @anonymous, “if you‘re not happy, leave” is very simplistic.“, that is true, and I completely understand that leaving could not be an option at that moment, but neither should be cheating.....

      I’m not judging, I know that the guilt is bad enough to live with, just my two cents on the subject.




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      Victorious wrote Jul 29, 2010
    • Ditto Yana....heart




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      Kandykahne 5 wrote Jul 29, 2010
    • No and good answer Yana!happy




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      Tiggerk wrote Aug 3, 2010
    • No, never never never!  I say don’t  throw away a relationship that’s so important  by doing something impulsive. I think cheating would make a bad situation even worse.  We’ve had times we didn’t get along very well, but my motto is like that old ad “We’d rather fight than switch!”  That sounds trite, & I know some peiople have much more serious problems.  But if you can stick it out, argue it out, wait it out, let him have his way sometimes, pray a lot...when you get trhough the conflict, it gets better down the road!
      Kathy




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      Cathie Beck wrote Aug 3, 2010
    • I agree with you, Kathy. To a point. Being cheated on is whole ‘nother story and yet still fits in with what you say. I can understand a slip we’d hope never comes to light, but that’s me. I don’t see Most women able to pull off another “life” as men will do. It’s too risky with children involved.  

      Personally, if I had stepped out on my X, I wouldn’t have told him thinking it’d have any effect on him for solidifying our relationship. We have to Know our relationship and what will
      the reaction be to cheating or fighting it out.

      Nice to hear from you.

      Cathie




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      Anonymous wrote Mar 3, 2011
    • I betrayed my spouse with an old love from high school.  The relationship lasted a year and my husband found my secret email account and saw everything.
      It wasn’t worth it.  Life is forever changed and ALL involved have been filled with pain and grief ever since.  Affairs contaminate your soul, your mind and your heart—and eventually, your bank account from paying for all the counseling that is needed in the aftermath of a discovery.




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      Cathie Beck wrote Mar 3, 2011
    • Anonymous, I’m sorry for your pain and thank you for being up front honest with us. All the best to you, I hope you and your spouse or X can recover to be happy again.  

      Cathie




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      Mztracy wrote Mar 3, 2011
    • Nope, not in my nature/character. If I felt the need to cheat, I would leave my hubby first.

      Good luck to you and hope you can find the happiness you want.




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      Cheekymonkey wrote Mar 3, 2011
    • No. I’m very loyal plus I love Mark want no one else.




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      Cathie Beck wrote Mar 4, 2011
    • For me it’s not all about loyalty, which I had, but cheating sounded too emotionally painful to live with and that is why I chose not to. Recently a friend told me that a man we know has a crush on me... but he’s married and I don’t care how shabby his marriage is, it’s not going anywhere with me!  

      Cathie




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