You believe you deserve him more than she does. It doesn’t matter who she was before you fell for her man – a friend or a stranger – she is the one who is in the wrong for confining herself to a man that should be yours.
We cheat because there’s something broken inside of us.
If the relationship you are in is causing you to cry, get angry, or doubt everything in your life — it’s time to leave. He wasn’t a bad guy; in fact, I was the horrible, deceitful girlfriend.
Cheaters are the worst? Says who? Haters, probably. If you’re thinking of cheating but aren’t too sure if you should take the proverbial plunge (wink, wink) then here are a few things that might push you in the right direction. The direction of a winner. A pussy maverick, if you will.
The first thing I should probably do is apologize. Apologize for ruining all of your trust in future men. For ruining the relationship between you and him that was all so perfect until I came along. And I will apologize for that. I’m sorry for hurting you, and I mean that.
Stan’s foot inches north, from caressing my shin to parting my knees beneath the table. Instead of brushing his foot aside, I press my legs together.
“I think the problem with guys who cheat is that they have no imagination…”
How many coincidences does it take to become a choice? You think you’re clever, but you’re easy to see through. It’s not hard to notice this destructive pattern you desperately weave – because in fact, that’s all you want to be.
When he spun words that you always longed to hear, they meant everything to you and nothing to him. Because in the end, he was getting what he wanted from you at his convenience, and you were playing a game he had rigged from the beginning.
Cheating doesn’t happen in happy relationships. This I believe fully.