Do keep dating cheaters

I’m dating the guy who cheated with me (and others).I’m a total believer in bad karma and I think the whole “If he’ll do it to her, he’ll do it to you too.” thing can be true sometimes. But it’s also true that people make mistakes sometimes, and those mistakes shouldn’t be held against them their whole lives.I just try to give this relationship the benefit of the doubt and hope for the best. I mean I’ve cheated and I’m not proud but believe if you find the right person you can change. That being said, if you want to date someone who’s cheated with you or cheated in the past, you should still be cautious.

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Just keep your eyes open and don’t forget the past.

When you know someone has cheated before, the main problem is usually about trust.

If you can’t trust someone, your relationship is never going to be as strong as you want it to be.

So if you think you can move past that issue, than go for it.

While there may not be a clinical definition of what constitutes a cheater, the fact is that cheaters exist and they cause far more damage than it's usually worth.

Whether you consider cheating as sex or simply a kiss, no matter what the parameters of your relationship, a betrayal is a betrayal. For some reason, a long time ago a rumor was started that when it came to adultery, men held the honor of being the most likely to stray. Not only do women cheat, but studies have found the difference between the two sexes is that usually when women stray, it's to fulfill an emotional need as opposed to a physical one.

Here are a few things you may have never known about cheaters, but probably should because, you know, there are many of them out there. Emotional involvement is pretty much just one or two steps away from a completely kaput relationship that can't be saved.

You might as well educate yourself on the breed of people who are fine with infidelity.1. Because music and sex really do go hand-in-hand, researchers have found that when it comes to cheaters, 41 percent of them prefer rock music to all other genres. Purely physical entanglements might still have a chance of getting a relationship back on track.3.

Falling in line after that, respectively, is pop music (16 percent), country music (11 percent), classical music (7 percent), and rap/hip-hop came in last place with only two percent of cheaters favoring that stuff. Cheaters are actually happy in their relationships.

Cheating doesn't necessarily mean that the cheater thinks their relationship is the absolute pits. According to intimacy expert Mary Jo Rapini, once that sex drive is awoken in the cheating party, sometimes after years of hibernation, things can go from zero to 20 with their spouse, fast.

While that’s not to suggest that every cheater feels this way, the majority of those who commit adultery are happy in their lives and relationships, and aren’t even looking for a break up. It might seem like things have turned around with all that extra attention, but in reality, there's a little somethin' somethin' going on elsewhere.5.

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