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    Both are at fault.

    They both chose to disrespect the existing relationship and give into their urges.

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    Ok- what if the person who cheated is the wife, and she cheated with HER friend (it just so happens to be a "coming out of the closet" scenario as well). The friend is known to the husband but they've never spoken- more so, just heard about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SimplyMum View Post
    Ok- what if the person who cheated is the wife, and she cheated with HER friend (it just so happens to be a "coming out of the closet" scenario as well). The friend is known to the husband but they've never spoken- more so, just heard about.
    What difference does it make? The person seeking sex/love outside their marriage is at fault. The person who went along with it knowing their partner is married to someone else is also at fault. But at the end of the day, one spouse is being betrayed by another no matter how you apportion blame. It is that marriage and any children of that marriage who ultimately suffer. I think if one feels they want to be with someone else they should tell their partner before acting on it.


 

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