why dont people respect the word marr...
Morals

Dallas, TX

#22 Jul 23, 2012
Look it up wrote:
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And God gave reasons to get out of it Biblically. He also gave instructions on how people should be treated in marriage.
God had common sense about it.
Yes but God did not say to cheat. That is adultery. That is a commandment. Not just common sense. The reasons for a divorce is not because you got bored with your spouse or not enough attention so have an affair. That is not what is meant. Adultery is adultery. I think the Scarlet Letter should apply in certain cases. These people that do it repeatedly have no morals and 9 times out of ten it is common place in that family or atmosphere. These society is going morally bankrupt.
existant

Clarksville, TX

#23 Jul 23, 2012
Whose cheating on who? Names please!!
Learning what you live

Paris, TX

#24 Jul 23, 2012
God didn't say cheat. He said you can divorce one...if you are a man. He didn't say it if you are a woman. Still same has got to apply.

If they don't love you enough to mind your safety, they didn't care about you much in the first place, which goes along with how you should treat your spouses, your children, your neighbor....
Which inspires

Euless, TX

#25 Jul 23, 2012
Which inspires me to feel that if the person cheating on is committing adultery then the cheater is either committing adultery or fortification both of which God said no to. If men and or perhaps women would honor vows and leave those of lowly character alone and work on their marriage the family structure would improve. After all will they really marry someone they cheated with. Somebody is kidding themselves.
Divorce

Euless, TX

#26 Jul 23, 2012
Learning what you live wrote:
God didn't say cheat. He said you can divorce one...if you are a man. He didn't say it if you are a woman. Still same has got to apply.
If they don't love you enough to mind your safety, they didn't care about you much in the first place, which goes along with how you should treat your spouses, your children, your neighbor....
I believe that applies in cases of adultery or abuse by the for lack of better word victim. God didn't expect you to marry someone for a few years and grow tired of them and trade them in like a used car. Marriage requires work and dedication not to mention love and trust.
So true

Paris, TX

#27 Jul 24, 2012
It does. I think once that trust is gone it is really hard to re-establish. For one thing the cheater will start to think the innocent spouse is going to get back by cheating, and they start to get all paranoid.

So not only does the innocent spouse suffer the consequences of the cheaters adultry, then they have to suffer the consequences of the cheaters guilty conscience, and the accusations and things like that.

I think the cheater may actually want you to cheat so they can feel better about their cheating ways.

I don't know, but I can't live in that psychology or that prison.
Agree

Mansfield, TX

#28 Jul 24, 2012
Trust is hard to get through once your spouse has cheated on you. If you decide to try to work it out there are always issues whether he is telling you the truth from going to the store to working late. I don't know if you ever get past it. He seems angry a lot instead of apologetic. I think that is his guilt. Constantly checking up on me. And as for the woman he cheated with, my best sentiment about her is that every one and I do mean every one knows what she is and who she is. So I don't have to do anything to get revenge.
So true

Paris, TX

#29 Jul 24, 2012
I could have probably gotten past the cheating, but not the wrongful, hurtful accusations.

I'm just not taking what I don't have coming. PERIOD.
My Guess

Paris, TX

#30 Jul 24, 2012
Maybe it's a guilty conscience.
Maybe it's an excuse to cheat.
Maybe it's an excuse to stalk.
Maybe it's an exuse......

Because they can't take what they did to you, knowing that they hurt someone that would never hurt them.
Agree

Mansfield, TX

#31 Jul 24, 2012
I think it is just a way for them to ease their conscience in some way. To think that maybe they were somewhat justified in cheating. Really how can you justify sleeping with another woman when you are married. Get out if you are unhappy. Be a man.
Sounds good

Mansfield, TX

#32 Jul 24, 2012
My Guess wrote:
Maybe it's a guilty conscience.
Maybe it's an excuse to cheat.
Maybe it's an excuse to stalk.
Maybe it's an exuse......
Because they can't take what they did to you, knowing that they hurt someone that would never hurt them.
That sounds good. Sounds like something a man should say to his wife if he had cheated on her.
My Guess

Paris, TX

#33 Jul 24, 2012
I think it is much easier to catch than it ever was before, without even leaving the house, and even if you weren't checking up. Between cell phones, and picture phones, there is not much privacy.

Maybe that is that is the reason for so many divorces. Technology.

Not. It's the cheater. Spoons don't make you fat.
Truth hurts

Paris, TX

#34 Jul 24, 2012
Yes it is easier to catch the cheater and you can get past it sometimes of the cheater is really remorseful. You cannot learn to trust if your spouse doesn't try to gain forgiveness for their actions.
The ex

Mansfield, TX

#35 Jul 25, 2012
My thinking is the cheater never changes and the woman is a POS.
Yes

Paris, TX

#36 Jul 25, 2012
The ex wrote:
My thinking is the cheater never changes and the woman is a POS.
Couldn't agree more takes a real "piece" of work of a woman to cheat with a married man especially when he makes no attempts to leave his wife. She should at that point know what she is there for.
Who

Paris, TX

#37 Jul 25, 2012
Makes you wonder who's chesting who; who's being true and who don't even care anymore!
Clifford

Killeen, TX

#38 Jul 25, 2012
ugh wrote:
Does the word marriage mean nothing anymore?
Yes and no!
It depends on how it was indoctranated inside your head. I see it as a social construct and it only has meaning inside your head. It is taught to you and are treat a marriage is pure indoctrination. Just like religion. I see marriage/devorce the same.It is something that just happens to you. Why do I say this, because you can not controll the emotions of others.
Clifford

Killeen, TX

#39 Jul 25, 2012
ugh wrote:
Does the word marriage mean nothing anymore?
It depends on how you look at it. I see it as a social construct and marriage/divorce only has meaning inside your head. It is taught to you and how you suppose to treat marriage/divorce is pure cultural indoctrination. Just like religion. I see divorce/marriage as something that just happens like ”shit happens”. I say it like this because emotions are hard to control and you can not control the emotions of others.

Since: Jan 12

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#40 Jul 25, 2012
Look it up wrote:
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He also gave instructions on how people should be treated in marriage. God had common sense about it.
Yeah! Like having a wife AND concubines (Abraham, Gideon, Jacob, Solomon, etc.), having multiple wives (David, Esau, Solomon, Rehaboam, Ahab, etc), requiring a widow who hadn't yet had a child to marry her dead husband's brother (Genesis 38), requiring a rape victim to marry her rapist (Deuteronomy 22), marrying your slaves to each other (Exodus 21), or marrying prisoners of war (Numbers 31).

He sure had some common sense alright!
Cannot

Euless, TX

#41 Jul 26, 2012
I caanot forgive him and no self respecting woman would sleep with a married man. So I hope God forgives them and gives me the courage to move forward.

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