This will probably start a world of trouble...but oh well...
When a person cheats on their spouse...who's to blame? Obviously the one who's cheating, and assuming the "other" person knows about the husband/wife, they would be at fault, but I've also heard a lot of times that the other spouse in the marriage is partially at fault too. I'm NOT IN ANY WAY saying cheating is okay...but if there are problems in a relationship, I believe it takes two, and in that case wouldn't it be in part BOTH parties "fault".
Because, lets say cheating DIDNT occur...but the relationship was so strained or distant or whatever...that the couple decides to split up. Then, its okay to say it's BOTH parties responsibility for the problems and break up, but if one of them cheats first.....yes they're wrong for that, but how does that then excuse the responsibility of the spouse for his/her share of the problems in their relationship.
I also understand there will be cases on both sides...sometimes you just have a sex crazed freak that cant stay faithful. But, I'm talking about the classic "we lost our love somewhere and I somehow fell in love with someone else" situation. So, is JUST the cheater to blame, or both the cheater and his/her new partner, or are all three involved partially to blame??
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