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Thinking About Cheating? 12 Reasons Why You Should

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What about reputation?

Thinking About Cheating? 12 Reasons Why You Should

Beyond making the one cheated on look ignorant (even if just to you), or like a laughing stock, the opportunity for the cheater to be known as someone who can be trusted is diminished greatly. The grass will not always be greener on the other side.

People are people, and sometimes they change their minds; thinking cheating is fun, exciting and adventurous will only last a little while. What happens when the excitement dies and you become branded as one who ‘gets around’? Where will that leave you? It will leave you alone and despised (maybe even by yourself).

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Born and raised in Texas, Shelly is currently studying to receive her Master's Degree in Publishing at the University of Houston - Victoria.  Shelly is a writer for Urbanette Magazine, and loves "everything it is and all that it offers our readers, and to me personally". She is passionate about life, family, friends, her maltipoo, Truman. She is a lover of all things culinary and the arts (13 year veteran of ballet).

Reader Discussion: 134 Comments

  1. Jannie Zoot

    A friend of mine just can’t stop cheating. She broke up with a guy, found a new one and fell crazy in love and then cheated on him twice. I know she’s very unconfident and insecure but geez! That’s not a solution, is it?

  2. Selli Coaze

    Being in a relationship is a “daily choice” and everyday, I choose to be faithful with my partner.

    • Jonathan Freeman

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  3. Hena Taylor

    Cheating can be avoided if open communication will be observed by partners.

  4. Jessi Agusta

    In my opinion, men cheat more often than women because of culture. If society condones infidelity as a value, we may no longer see cheating as a negative behavior.

  5. Lana Urie

    I have never cheated, but been cheated on before. It took me long to recover from it, and to regain my trust in men. I couldn’t get in to a new relationship for 3 years. Now I’m happily married to the nicest man I’ve ever known, and I hope that he won’t fail my trust.

  6. Roberta Bennett

    Cheating is the lowest form of betrayal.

  7. Gwen Keaton

    What bothers me the most is that people still get in relationships when they know they can’t stay faithful. Why do they that? Do they actually start relationships thinking they’ll be faithful during the relationship, or do they know that they’ll mess up and go on cheating as they wish?

    • Irene Morales

      I don’t think anybody would get in a relationship thinking of or planing to cheat.

  8. Leslie Williams

    Faithfulness is the key. 🙂

    • Jae Medina

      The key to an honest and happy life! I wish men could see that too.

  9. Loraine Aguilar

    Cheating is disgusting and very hurtful! Too bad these days loyalty is very hard to find, and almost everyone is capable of cheating. What a sad world we live in. 🙁

  10. Colleen Frasier

    Cheating shouldn’t be taken lightly. It can hurt everyone involved both physically and emotionally. There’s no way to make up for it.

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