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What's your opinion on cheating in relationships? Can it ever be justified? And can the relationship ever be fix post-cheat?
Anonymous

asian:

No, not at all. First I would like to define what cheating is. Cheating is when you consciously show affection to another person and intentionally want to engaged in an intimate relationship with them WHILE in a relationship with another person. A relationship is built on trust. Trust that your significant others will not cheat on you with another person. Trust that your significant others will respect the relationship and not hurt you in any way possible. It ultimately cannot be justified simply because cheating is cheating. Trust is like a sheet of paper, once it’s crumbled, it will never be the same as it once was. Since a relationship is built on trust, the relationship will be crumbled as well.