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Cheating - Mistake or Choice

How many times have we listened to men and women for making excuses for their spouses and/or significant others infidelities? Too many times to count, right? Here's the thing, I don't feel that a person cheating made a mistake. I feel that they made a choice to do what it is they do. Is it! Its not right, but think about it this way, when you cheat on a person did you consciously think about the wrongness of your transgression? Did you think about where you were going to lick, suck, taste, feel, and enjoy before you jump on him or he slid up in you? No, because although you knew it was wrong while you were doing it, you continued to do it, because it was wrong. Sounds confusing, not really, because Cheating has that element of naughtiness and tabuness to it...the sex is sweatier (sp?), the thrust are longer and deeper, the kisses are wetter, the feeling is hotter, both know that being together is wrong, and at that time, wrong feels oh so right! We have all been in that what do you do about it. When/if you get caught the majority of people automatically say it was a mistake? And you know what, the first time it could be a mistake...but the second and subsequent times, you know its was a choice.

I know of people to this day that are married (note I didn't say happily) but they are married and are carrying on long-term side relationships- straight up having boyfriends and girlfriends. They eat in public places, meet and socialize in public realms and truly feel that its okay, because hey their marriage isn't working. These individuals have boyfriends and girlfriends that they take vacations with, they help each other out with bills and know the little things that your husband/wife does for you. If I sound sarcastic, that's because I many times are you going to continue to make your choices and then call it a mistake?

Help Sassy you think cheating is a mistake or a choice?


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