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    Default Househusbands and cheating, would you forgive?

    I love the househusbands show and the story line with the married couple Abby and (not sure the hubby's name but think he was on playschool), but about him kissing his child's teacher. I thought the wifes reaction was pretty harsh, i think she was more p*ssed off cause she had to hear it from the teacher, not her actual husband and would feel very betrayed about it. Perhaps if he fessed up and spoke from his side of things she might have been more forgiving. I just think it's a really sad thing to end a marriage over, he made a mistake, was very remorseful, in other ways was a really supportive hubby and i felt really bad for him.

    So my question, in that scenario, would you forgive, could you move past it?

    Myself, i'd forgive, he seemed remorseful and it was only a kiss, not something i'd end my marriage over. An affair or something else would be a different story though.

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    nope it'd be all over in my world, trust would be gone and with out that there's nothing, it would always be in the back of my mind 'who's the next one he's just going to kiss?'

    DH and I are very much the same on this, anything you wouldn't do in front of your spouse you just don't do.

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    Default Househusbands and cheating, would you forgive?

    I'd end it 100%.
    Cheating in any form is an absolute deal breaker. I could never ever move past it.

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    Default Househusbands and cheating, would you forgive?

    As it was only a kiss I would forgive. I would be more annoyed that (a) it was with our child's teacher & (b) I heard it from someone else.

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    I think I would want to forgive him. I would want to move past it and move forward, I really would. But I just don't know if I could. Id always be wondering where he is and what he's doing. And honestly Id probably keep bringing it up if we fought and that wouldn't be fair on either of us.

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    Default Re: Househusbands and cheating, would you forgive?

    Once the trust is broken, for me it would be too hard to get back

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    Also I have been cheated on before, and it was gutting, but it went further than a kiss and he only confessed cause i had evidence and when he basically shrugged it off, that made me angry, i could never forgive, there was no remorse at all.

    So i'd go to counselling or whatever, when it's a marriage that involves kids, i think i'd owe it to my children to work it out, specially as they both still love eachother and otherwise there wasn't seemingly any major problems with their marriage, i think it was just a moment of weakness, heighted by emotions when they lost that little kid.

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    I would be DEVASTATED but, a kiss I would forgive ... But I would make him suffer a bit, and trust would be a massive issue!

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    Default Househusbands and cheating, would you forgive?

    I've always said that cheating would be a deal breaker. BUT my mum always says that you don't know what you have the capacity to forgive when faced with situations in marriage. My parents have been married almost 45 years and have had ups and downs so I guess she would know. I've only been married 3. I know nothing!

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    Default Househusbands and cheating, would you forgive?

    Yep I would probably forgive. Only saying this because I am dead set against cheating as my mother had a lover for years while married to my dad while I was growing up and I saw what it did to our family.

    I always said if anything like that happened then I would 100% end it till it did happen to me (one night stand with an ex) It was very hurtful and the most difficult thing yet that I have had to face (and trust me I have faced many things in this world that many haven't) but tbh it was more important to me to forgive and move on and for us to learn from it then to end it and have bitterness between us and our children being caught in between.

    I am happy with my decision and I do truly trust my husband completely.

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