• i dont have one but im not surprised people dont
  • Nope. Been there, done that. And looking at your quote, just because 69% said they'd be tempted, it doesn't necessarily mean they would.
    • Linda Joy
      I saw that just the way you did.
    • JFinch
      A lot would..
  • Yes until you have other facts!
  • The best way to never have to be concerned about cheating is to have an open relationship. Being open removes the fear of cheating yet builds more trust in one another. this is shown by the fact only 5% of Swingers divorce where as 35% of very divot Christians divorce. I don't have the proof of this handy but given time I can find it.
    • Hardcore Conservative
      So the best way to not worry about them cheating is the let them cheat? Not buying that. And in my case, I don't share.
  • I'm an advocate for trust. It's the most important thing in a relationship and must be maintained above anything else. There are different levels of trust but the one that holds the relationship together - the "ultimate" trust has to stay intact. Once this trust is broken it can never be repaired to the way it was - seeds of doubt will have been sewn and they will only grow. As long as this trust is intact, there's no reason to suspect infidelity. If you do, then chances are you are the one who has been thinking along those lines are just looking for a reason to stray.
  • Maybe.
  • Some will never cheat some will always cheat some given the opportunity will cheat

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