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PostSubject: Mistake   Mon Jun 25 2007, 17:44

If your man had admitted to a mistake of any-kind. Do you see that mistake in every move(improper move) he makes?Was wondering if thats with all of you.
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PostSubject: Re: Mistake   Mon Jun 25 2007, 18:08

If you mean, you have a doubt if he's done it before then he'll do it again then yes.

I think it's extremely hard to change the way you are, so IMO, once a cheat always a cheat. If they lie once, they're likely to lie again.

Although, my opinion pn that differs if the mistakes were in their teen years. My dp got up to all sorts when he was a teenager. Trouble with the police, no respect for anyone, drugs etc, but he's a completely different person now.

If he'd have done that now, I'd have to split, as I think if it happens past the teens, that's likely top be who the person will always be.

I hope you followed that because I think I've confused myself! lol

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PostSubject: Re: Mistake   Tue Jun 26 2007, 01:57

I got you Gem! lol

I think it depends on what the mistake was. If it was drug use in the teen years, and they've not done it since, then I'd believe they wouldn't do it again.

I fit was a drunken fumble with some woman, then there's no way that would be forgiven. No matter how drunk or unhappy etc, they know they have a family, so there's no rectifying that mistake IMO. It would always stay with me, so he'd have to go.

What is it you're talking about Dede if you don't mind me asking?
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PostSubject: Re: Mistake   Fri Jun 29 2007, 09:06

So No "playing around" anything els yes/may-be..well i think that too
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PostSubject: Re: Mistake   Thu Nov 27 2008, 16:12

Again depends on what he/she has done.
Cheating or fumbling or kissing another person is grounds for some serious dumping.
Drinking & becoming violent is another, Some lies are ok depending what they are . If its to your gain eg a surprise then of course thats ok ,but lies which are hurtful & destructive are a no no . I'm quite stubborn & would just kick the the guy in to touch, depending on what he'd done he'd get a stern warning a sex ban & no tea lol
I would never in a million years stay with a cheat, to do so degrades yourself.
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