• 1 and 3. As for 2... the government isn't welcome in my bedroom.
  • Love first, and also doing the right thing. Good question +5
  • At least in America, adultery is not a crime, so 2 is out. Adultery is a property crime. Women are no longer property. The reason that I would not cheat is that there would then be a portion of my soul, the memories of the affair, which I could not share with my partner. I would no longer be able to give myself completely.
  • 4. I gave my word to God to love, honor, and cherish her regardless of how she treats me.
  • 1. I love my wife too much to cause her that kind of pain. Being completely open and honest with her is of paramount importance in my relationship with her. I have an almost magnetic memory and if I cheated on her all the tender, touching, and loving memories that I have of us would become meaningless and tragic.
  • My dad cheated on my mom and I saw what it did to her, so that is a big reason why I don't do it. That and I just believe in being faithful. I have never cheated on a woman and have always been proud of that. Unfortunately I have been cheated on though. So between having MY heart broken and seeing what my mom went through after my dad's affair, I won't allow myself to do that to someone. But it's also a bit of a curse, because as faithful a man as I am, I always seem to attract unfaithful women.
  • ONE relationship is hard enough. I don't have the patience, desire or energy to handle two.
  • I know what the pain feels like, and to cheat on him would make me worse than him because now I know what it feels like... Here are other reasons that keep me from cheating: 1) I don't WANT to. 2) A few moments of pleasure isn't worth risking losing him. 3) My sense of duty to him. 4) My love for him. 5) Because I know that it would only make things worse in the end anyway. 6) I know I'm not any different than anyone else. I can easily fall into cheating myself if there is enough temptation, so I don't put myself in situations where I might be tempted to cheat. 7) I know how to make myself happy. I don't need to depend/rely on others to make me happy, so I don't need to live off the attention of other guys anyway. 8) My heart is loyal to him and committed to him. 9) I have a lot of willpower. It's never really been hard for me to say no. Actually, it's harder for me to say yes. 10) I actively train myself to be as void of hypocrisy as possible. 11) I don't want to be cheated on, so I don't cheat. 12) I know that just because I'm given attention from some guy, it doesn't make me 'special'. 13) I'm happy with who I'm with. I don't need to see what it's like with anyone else to decide if it will work out with us. I have no desire to meet a better man. 14) and so on. Now just because I said all of this, it doesn't make me any better than people who have cheated. I still have problems and issues and baggage in my life.
  • I love my wife. And all that springs from that would take a lifetime to list.
  • 1) I love and respect my s/o. I love our relationship and would not want to jeopardise what we have by cheating. He satisfies me mentally, emotionally and physically. The idea of adultery or cheating just does not appeal to me.
  • I made a promise to God to be faithful and God hates adultery.
  • I am in a relationship because I love the man. Cheating is not part of a relationship and if you are contiplating cheating your not in the relationship for the long haul. My S/O satifies all my needs and why risk losing my lover, my best friend, my soul mate for "sex". I wouldnt want to hurt him that way. Loose his trust, respect, love When you truly love someone there is no one else you want to be with. I have been cheated on...the feeling is the worst in a relationship
  • For most people they do not understand what "adultery" is. #1 is a good answer. #2 Whose law? Man's? Doesn't count in marriage only the Lord God's law counts. Do you know what that is? #3 and just what is the "right thing"? If you truly know the Lord God's requirements it is well with you. If you do not then get and read the book "Divine Sex" by Philo Thelos and learn about the requirements of love, sex, and marriage.

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