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Do you think someone who has been cheated on is more likely to cheat or not?

-Someone who has been cheated on is more likely to cheat than someone who has not been cheated on.

-Someone who has been cheated on is less likely to cheat than someone who has not been cheated on.






Obviously the situation, the person, the details of the relationship are going to be much much more important factors. But just wondering what people think between these two choices.
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Old 02-23-2008, 06:47 AM wilse is offline  
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I think it depends on how attractive you are to the other person. If a girl is dating Brad Pitt I think she'll be less likely to cheat than if she was dating Joe Loser. If a guy is dating Adriana Lima he'll be less likely to cheat than if he was dating Fatty Ann McFarley.

Maybe it's flawed logic but that's the only way I could predict potential cheating.
Old 02-23-2008, 06:52 AM FM 2347 is offline  
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cheating is such a gray area because the boundaries depend on what the two in a couple set.

A woman may be ok with her bf/husband talking to other women, possibly even engaging in date-like behaviors, while other women would scorn their man for looking at another woman's legs and be convinced he's cheating on her.

Physical attraction is only part of it though, if two people who are even married start hanging out and doing things regularly, and learning more about the other's personality or interests,.. suddenly they both might realize "wow... he/she is such a great catch".

Don't mean to poke holes in your argument, because I agree, but what if Adriana lima was obnoxious? The phrase, no matter how hot a woman, there's always someone out there tired of fucking her... is so true.
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I think it depends on how attractive you are to the other person. If a girl is dating Brad Pitt I think she'll be less likely to cheat than if she was dating Joe Loser. If a guy is dating Adriana Lima he'll be less likely to cheat than if he was dating Fatty Ann McFarley.

Maybe it's flawed logic but that's the only way I could predict potential cheating.

Idk - I've heard that cheating is more of a mental instability type thing - Look at Hugh Grant, or that guy who was married to Halle Berry - Both completely fucking gorgeous wives, and they cheat - But, then again, those just can be categorized as anomalies -
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I would be more inclined to think that someone who has been cheated on would be less likely to cheat in a subsequent relationship, because they know how it feels to be cheated on. But I also think when someone gets cheated on and they stay in the relationship, there is more of a chance of them wanting to retaliate, so they might cheat.
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So Wilse, thinking of cheating on someone?
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Idk - I've heard that cheating is more of a mental instability type thing - Look at Hugh Grant, or that guy who was married to Halle Berry - Both completely fucking gorgeous wives, and they cheat - But, then again, those just can be categorized as anomalies -

But isn't that typical of movie stars/rock stars/people with inflated egos?
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I think some people would just say 'fuckit' and cheat after they have been cheated on. Especially if its the third or fourth time, they might start to think its the norm.

If someone gets cheated on the first time or just a different personality (more mature) than above, they are probably more likely to understand how painful it is and have a 'dont do unto others that you wouldn't have done to you' mentality.
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I don't think there is an formula, statistic, or general trend we can create to categorize those who are unfaithful.

I would stop worrying about it and realize that if your SO wants to cheat, she will, and chances are you will never find out about it.
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I cheated on an ex girlfriend. Ironically, the ex girlfriend never found out about it, and I never told her. The girl that it DID hurt, was the girl I cheated on her with. I'd come to the conclusion that I didn't care about the girl that I was dating, however I really cared about the girl that I cheated on my ex girlfriend with. Even though it was a one time thing, and nearly a year elapsed after it occurred...

I flew across the country to help her move back to where "home" was, I showed her just how much I still cared about her, and she forgave me. I cannot imagine how difficult that was for her, but i'll be grateful forever for that decision.

I'm still dating the girl that I cheated with, and would NEVER ever consider cheating on her, I care about her way too much, and have so much more respect for her character and the place she holds in my life, in stark contrast to the girl that I was dating, who ended up cheating on me and I'd found out about it, and her checkered past where she'd cheated on EVERY person she'd ever dated prior.

I'm not trying to justify my individual actions, however I'd seen first hand how fucked up cheating can be, and would never ever subject anyone to that ever again.
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Ive been cheated on 3 times, all in a row. Some would call it a hat trick. Regardless, I still don't think cheating is right and would never do it no matter the situation.
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Cheater is more likely to cheat than cheatee.

The person doing the cheating is always more likely to cheat than a person that doesn't cheat, this one is going to depend on the integrity of the individual.
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I think both the cheater and the cheater just skip the relationship thing for a while so its impossible to "cheat"
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I don't think there is an formula, statistic, or general trend we can create to categorize those who are unfaithful.

I would stop worrying about it and realize that if your SO wants to cheat, she will, and chances are you will never find out about it.
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