Can Cheating in Relationships Ever Be Justified?




Cheating in Relationships

Is cheating in relationships ever ok? Well, we all know that relationships are complex and no two are ever the same. Because a relationship is made up of two individuals that come together to form a bond, it takes constant effort to make it work.

With that being said, there are people out there who are in relationships and who are cheating but try to justify it somehow to make it okay in their own minds. This justification for cheating may come in many different forms.

For some it's an ego thing, for others it's because something is lacking in their current relationship, while others just like the thrill of it all.

If you are the person trying to make your cheating okay, it is time for a reality check! Cheating on your partner is never okay under any circumstance. There are many other ways to fulfill whatever you may feel you are missing in your personal life.

If you are that unhappy with your relationship for whatever reason, an action is necessary, and that action does not have to be hurting your significant other by cheating.

If your partner is constantly rude to you or has become too overweight or is never home to be with you, etc., it is easy to find flaw with your relationship and feel that you are justified to do something about it.

As a partner in the relationship, you do have the right to voice your opinions, concerns, and thoughts to your partner in an effort to make the relationship better for you and ultimately for you both. However, cheating is the cowardly way of addressing the problems on hand.

Because cheating in relationships is a conscious choice you have to make, you could instead take that same effort and put it either into fixing your current relationship or at least putting an end to it instead of cheating.

If there is a void in your relationship which you are seeking to fill, cheating is not the answer. Cheating in relationships is taking the easy way out instead of facing the problems you are having with your partner head on. 

The justifications and excuses you make for cheating on your significant other will never be enough to make what you are doing "the right thing to do". Cheating is wrong no matter which way you slice it. 


"Cheating will always ruin a relationship!"



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