Do keep dating cheaters
Overall, men in the study were far less tolerant of adultery.Paula Hall, a relationship counselor, told the Daily Mail that men are definitely more likely to see adultery as a reason to end a relationship.And after all of those false starts and rejections and disappointments, it would be very easy to come to the conclusion that, dammit, you just seem to attract the “wrong” men. What if I told you that in my 15 years of single adulthood, I went out with a lot of women who were, let’s just say…highly emotional. And this is the stuff I can share with you in a blog post! I craved stability and normalcy and unconditional love and support.
But a woman cares about whether or not there were feelings involved.
If you were the partner of one of these participants, your immediate reaction might be to say you'd dump that person's sorry, pathetic ass and tell him or her to f*ck off forever.
You'd probably fantasize about confidently approaching the perpetrator, ripping him or her a new assh*le and stomping away triumphantly.
All of this self-doubt gets even more confusing when the inevitable happens … By all accounts, they weren’t getting what they needed from your relationship AND they proved that they didn’t respect the relationship (or YOU) in the slightest. They wanted the thrill of the chase, the high of doing something taboo, they wanted secret, freaky, undercover sex…
You would think that, in that situation, the person who got caught cheating would regard their bridge back to you to be burned to a crisp, exploded, napalmed. and they yet still wanted to come home to you at night.
It's easy -- and kind of fun -- to happened to you, perhaps you'd react differently. There would be a real history between you and someone else whom you love, a real connection you thought might have been everlasting, a real trust that had been built.