Is Cheating All It's Cracked Up To Be?

As we all know cheating or infidelity is one of the leading causes for divorce today. Cheating seems to be the "thing" to do nowadays. But exactly what does a person consider cheating? Everyone has there own opinion when it comes to this topic. Personally I've somewhat reconsidered my beliefs about this topic. To me there's no such thing as cheating. What? Am I crazy?? Maybe but when you think about either have trust in your relationship or you don't. Since it's a proven fact that more men cheat than women, I'll just slightly talk about the men for a moment. Now when's the last time you've read a book about the reasons a man cheats? Steve Harvey, author, radio host and comedian, wrote a book called, "Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man" speaking on topics such as infidelity and the way a woman should conduct herself in regards to "getting" a man. What? How can a man tell a woman how she should act? I really think that's a bunch of bull****.

The truth of the matter is that we were created to give love....period. As far as a man's just not his nature to suppress what he was created to do...which is to also express love and pro-create. Taking away a man's right to express his love or placing him in a box, is like taking away a person's food to eat. You may take away my food but one way or the other, I'm going to eat. It's just not realistic to me. Now I'm not saying that I think that being dishonest in a relationship is at all. But I do think women need to learn more about this simple creature we call a man, no offense fellas. At the end of the day it's all about trust.  Alexia Elejalde-Ruiz, a writer for the Tribune Newspapers, wrote this in a recent article:
 Thirty-three percent of dating couples and 37 percent of spouses — slightly more women than men — say they have checked their partner's email or call history on the sly, according to a survey last year by the gadget shopping site, which queried more than 1,000 people online. Among those under 25, almost half reported snooping. Just 9 percent discovered evidence of cheating.

It's all a lack of trust. Now let's get down to the bigger problem. We know that we only deal with two types of emotions. Love and Fear. So what is a lack of trust?  A what are people so afraid of? We place too many unrealistic expectations on each other and we're overly possessive...yeah I said it. Think about it forreal and it's not just in domestic partnerships but it happens in every type of relationship. We wanna hold on to people as if if people weren't created to serve their purpose on this Earth. Not every person will be in your life for a lifetime, maybe only for a season.

So ladies and gents I wanna know what you think about cheating...What do you consider cheating?

Posted By:Angie B

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