irresponsible people and their relati...

irresponsible people and their relationship

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Too Curious

United States

#1 Mar 11, 2009
what makes a married man or woman cheat on their spouse when they know they have a good man or woman at home? I know too many couples that go through the hardship of a breakup because of stupid mistakes.What bothers me the most is that neither one of the guilty wants to take the blame for their action. What do the victim do in that case love them or leave them?
Random

United States

#2 Mar 11, 2009
depends on your faith and how you let God take care of the situation
please

San Antonio, TX

#3 Mar 11, 2009
If it is not happening to you then stay out of it!How is it your business?
churchmember

United States

#5 Mar 11, 2009
please wrote:
If it is not happening to you then stay out of it!How is it your business?
you shoulb be the one to stay out you have a comment on every topic on this website
older now

United States

#6 Mar 11, 2009
Random wrote:
depends on your faith and how you let God take care of the situation
Amen. Wonderful reply.
Stolen

United States

#7 Mar 11, 2009
ludacris)
HOE (ho)
you'z a ho(ho)
(chorus)
you'z a ho(ho)
You'z a ho(ho)
You'z a ho(ho)
I said dat you'z a ho
[Repeat 1x]
[Ludacris]
You doin ho activities
With ho tendencies
Hos are your friends, hoes are your enemies
With ho energy to do whacha do
Blew whacha blew
Screw whacha screw
Yall professional like DJ Clue, pullin on my coat tail
an why do you think you take a ho to a hotel?
Hotel everybody, even the mayor
Reach up in tha sky for tha hozone laya
Come on playa once a ho always
And hos never close they open like hallways
An heres a ho cake for you whole ho crew
an everybody wants some cuz hoes gotta eat too
older now

United States

#8 Mar 11, 2009
It's a hurtful thing to go through no doubt and forgiving would be one of the hardest things to do BUT if it's possible then families should stay together.Families CAN and Do stay together after infidelity.If the love between two people is strong enough then the marriage can be saved.JMHO.
yoyo

Chesterfield, MO

#9 Mar 11, 2009
selfishness, they think they can get something better or they are empty and only feel alive when they have an adrenaline rush.
so what

San Antonio, TX

#10 Mar 11, 2009
churchmember wrote:
<quoted text>you shoulb be the one to stay out you have a comment on every topic on this website
Hmmm thought that was what topix was for. Seems like you comment alot yourself.
huggable

United States

#11 Mar 11, 2009
if the couple is strong enough they wouldnt cheat in the first place. u just the whorish people that dont have respect for their mate or themself
Mr Ho

United States

#12 Mar 11, 2009
Too Curious wrote:
what makes a married man or woman cheat on their spouse when they know they have a good man or woman at home? I know too many couples that go through the hardship of a breakup because of stupid mistakes.What bothers me the most is that neither one of the guilty wants to take the blame for their action. What do the victim do in that case love them or leave them?
The answer to your 1st question is as follows: A Ho is a Ho. U can't make a housewife outta a Ho. DUHHHHHHH>>>>> How old are u?
guest

Chesterfield, MO

#13 Mar 11, 2009
Too Curious wrote:
what makes a married man or woman cheat on their spouse when they know they have a good man or woman at home? I know too many couples that go through the hardship of a breakup because of stupid mistakes.What bothers me the most is that neither one of the guilty wants to take the blame for their action. What do the victim do in that case love them or leave them?
WEll IMO know the person before you marry them. Seriously. If you date the person for a good while everything about them will come out in the open sooner or later. Some people know it before they marry but think it will all change afterwards. I think some people cheat but find out the grass is not greener on the other side but by then it is to late. Had friend once who's husband discovered that. So I can't answer your question. I think not taking the blame has become a part of society, look around, everyone is always passing the buck off on someone else.
Understood

North Little Rock, AR

#14 Mar 11, 2009
I think sometimes the one who cheats just can't help themselves. I know that you can love two people at the same time. My husband understood and forgave me. Sometimes you just go haywire and if you are lucky, your spouse will understand.
understand

United States

#15 Mar 11, 2009
I may be the only other one that says I can feel ya on that one.
well

Chesterfield, MO

#16 Mar 11, 2009
you people are all f*cked up!! Next you'll say you are a sex addict.
guest

Little Rock, AR

#17 Mar 11, 2009
Well stupid people deserve stupid people
hmmm

United States

#18 Mar 12, 2009
I'm a female. I've been cheated on once (that i know of). I walked and never looked back. No marriage involved witht that cheater though so I cannot speak for married people. Here's what I do know.

I was hit on by a married man. I didn't know he was married. But after talking with him a few times on the phone and computer I figured it out. We never went out, touched, or anything else. If cheating was going on I'd say it was emotional cheating if there is such a good thing. I finally asked him why he would cheat on his wife? They have been married for a long time and had two kids... what seems to look perfect on the outside: but here are the reasons he gave me.

Woman should know....

1. he wanted to see if he still had it.(the ability to pursue and get a woman in bed)

2. his wife never put out

3. She always griped

4. She didnt listen to his ideas or his feelings.

5. He felt lonely

6. She wouldn't do anything "kinky" not even oral sex.

7. He was bored.

Now while I didn't see that any of these things were good reasons... I actually coached him into seeing the deal and giving him an idea of what she might be going through and showing him a womans perspective.

He's still married and hasn't cheated on his wife. They are working things out and doing better than ever. We have become great friends and I've even talked to his wife.

Here's the deal! They were not communicating!!! She was always complaining and he was always silent! Men need to speak up and say what they want and women need to listen!!!! And maybe vis versa?

And... if a married person hit's on you and you know they are married... walk away or help them. Don't help mess up a fragile relationship... help them help them help them!!! It's more satisfying than a 30second orgasm!!!
SubPar

Redfield, AR

#19 Mar 12, 2009
Whats an orgasm Dr. Ruth??
I think

United States

#20 Mar 12, 2009
if the married couple has kids they should stay together and raise those kids to be good productive people.After the kids are grown do what you want.
I personally dont see the thrill of having sex with someone who is going home to have sex with someone else that same night!What a turn off!
well

Chesterfield, MO

#21 Mar 12, 2009
hmmm wrote:
I'm a female. I've been cheated on once (that i know of). I walked and never looked back. No marriage involved witht that cheater though so I cannot speak for married people. Here's what I do know.
I was hit on by a married man. I didn't know he was married. But after talking with him a few times on the phone and computer I figured it out. We never went out, touched, or anything else. If cheating was going on I'd say it was emotional cheating if there is such a good thing. I finally asked him why he would cheat on his wife? They have been married for a long time and had two kids... what seems to look perfect on the outside: but here are the reasons he gave me.
Woman should know....
1. he wanted to see if he still had it.(the ability to pursue and get a woman in bed)
2. his wife never put out
3. She always griped
4. She didnt listen to his ideas or his feelings.
5. He felt lonely
6. She wouldn't do anything "kinky" not even oral sex.
7. He was bored.
Now while I didn't see that any of these things were good reasons... I actually coached him into seeing the deal and giving him an idea of what she might be going through and showing him a womans perspective.
He's still married and hasn't cheated on his wife. They are working things out and doing better than ever. We have become great friends and I've even talked to his wife.
Here's the deal! They were not communicating!!! She was always complaining and he was always silent! Men need to speak up and say what they want and women need to listen!!!! And maybe vis versa?
And... if a married person hit's on you and you know they are married... walk away or help them. Don't help mess up a fragile relationship... help them help them help them!!! It's more satisfying than a 30second orgasm!!!
When married men are giving reasons for cheating on their wives, they tell you whatever makes you feel bad for them or the thing that will make you drop your pants faster. And it's always the wife that is the problem and he would love to stay married, but she just won't communicate and poor man, he's so lonely. He's probably still cheating, he just hasn't been caught yet.

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