Have you thought about cheating?

Updated: May 29

Most people cheat! I think it's only right to state this fact from the get go. If you think someone is cheating they most likely are. But have you ever thought about what cheating does to someone in the long run, whether your right or not? You probably haven't and by the end of this article i hope you truly take to heart what your about to read. This won't be easy for me to write as i'm sure it won't be easy for you to absorb.

You see, whether your right or wrong makes no difference. What they did doesn't make it ok for you to do it. Let me explain. I hope you will follow along and if you like this article please share with someone who needs to read this too. Cheating is never the answer!

When you commit to the act of cheating you're saying the other person has no value and that they aren't good enough for you to respect. This causes long term damage mentally and can stay with someone for life. Meaning, they may never believe in relationships again and would rather be alone, secluded, and away from everyone. A cheater will destroy the trust of those they cheated on and that is something you can never take back.

You're not just having sex or a good time, you're destroying another person's ability to trust anyone ever again. Do you think this wont snowball into all future relationships? Now i understand that some people cheat to get back at others but here's a thought to consider. Cheating is all that they know, and because of this it's all they expect from you. It's all they expect from anyone really.

What if, and follow me here, you didn't cheat? How would this affect that mindset? When all they know is disloyalty they don't believe anyone out there is loyal, hence the way they treat relationships. But if you didn't cheat and rather broke up with them having committed no acts of disrespect or unfaithfulness how would they view this? To change a persons mind you must show them what it is they are doing wrong.