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Would you/have you ever taken a cheater back?

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banned5y, 5m agoPosted 5 years, 5 months ago
Following on from the homewrecker thread, i was wandering.. would you? have you?
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banned5y, 5m agoPosted 5 years, 5 months ago
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#1
Hard for me to say 100% that I wouldn't take him back if he cheated.
I would say now though that I would move out and 2 hours away. Which would make it very hard for us to repair the marriage.
#2
Nope, had one cheat on me. I went to pick her up from her house to find her ex (a courier driver) was delivering his own personal package.

Did look a bit sus though a week or so later when I had to sack her at work for stealing from the tills.
banned 1 Like #3
Various reasons why this would never happen:

1) I'm awesome and it would be impossible to find better.

2) See point 1.
banned#4
i have cheated in the past and was forgiven, was only young at the time though (16) but it was a 4 1/2 year relationship. i would have probably forgiven her looking back.
banned#5
moose109
Nope, had one cheat on me. I went to pick her up from her house to find her ex (a courier driver) was delivering his own personal package.

Did look a bit sus though a week or so later when I had to sack her at work for stealing from the tills.


lol - heartbreaker.
#6
swingers ftw
suspended#7
I would like to think i wouldnt have him back. However if he did i think i would try and work at it as we have 2 children together and i love him, i dont think i am strong enough to never take him back...
banned 2 Likes #8
No way.

I feel you would lose self respect and it would eat away at you. I also feel the power balance is wrecked and sends the message u will accept any bad behaviour.
banned 1 Like #9
DangerGod
i have cheated in the past and was forgiven, was only young at the time though (16) but it was a 4 1/2 year relationship. i would have probably forgiven her looking back.


You met her when you were 11 1/2?

That's weird.
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How could you ever trust them again if you did, so no from me.
banned#11
JonnyTwoToes
DangerGod
i have cheated in the past and was forgiven, was only young at the time though (16) but it was a 4 1/2 year relationship. i would have probably forgiven her looking back.


You met her when you were 11 1/2?

That's weird.


Nah, 14/15 - this was about a year or so on. my childhood sweatheart. we are still good friends now though which is good. anyway she got rid of me a few years later anyway so she can **** off lol
banned#12
No.

Did the homewrecker thread get spammed?
#13
Hard to say really depends on the circumstances. I would say No initially, however people usually cheat due to issues at home so could be something that may be able to be resolved with counciling. Also if he told me himself that would make it easier to forgive him that finding out from someone else.
1 Like #14
I forgave a cheat several times, but would not put myself through that again. Anyone cheats on me now, and they will be viewing their testicles through a pickled onion jar.
#15
Cheats yourself so it cancels out, two wrongs sometimes make a right lol.
#16
Said before and i'll say it again. All woman are nuts and 1 is more than enough
#17
In a word....NO! The trust would be gone and without that you have nothing!
#18
No!/No!...maybe? :p
#19
Depends on the reasons.

If the wife said something along the lines of " it was a mistake, I realised as soon as it happened but we were going through a rocky patch blah blah really sorry want to make it up blah blah" I would evaluate the relationship and consider forgiving.

If she said " I was really drunk and it just happened blah blah" I would finish straight away as if it only took a bit of drink for her to stray what's to stop it happening next time she's drunk!! Too easy to make an excuse.

That's my view anyway!!!
#20
Hope I am not in that position with my wife ever.
But there is more to marriage than just trust. It may be gone and very hard to build up again but there will hopefully be other things that help you through it. For better or for worse, I have pledged myself to her and whilst I hope that the worst thing is her farting in bed, I am realistic enough to know it could be a lot worse than that.

So I hope I would but I also hope that I never give her the excuse to wander in the first place.
#21
Kitten13
I forgave a cheat several times, but would not put myself through that again. Anyone cheats on me now, and they will be viewing their testicles through a pickled onion jar.


didnt u say ur with a bloke who was cheating on his wife (in homewrecker thread)
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