Another great post. Great question to ponder too. I think there are different degrees of love as well as different definitions. I believe you can love someone and cheat on them. I don’t think cheating has to necessarily be an act that’s solely based on what the other person lacks. It’s more a matter of what the cheater is not getting and them not having enough courage to share their dilemma with their lover. What’s it like to stay with someone you don’t love? Horrible. Not really worth living. But because a person has an indiscretion does not negate all chances of working things out. If that was everyone’s thought process, marriages aka relationships with legal and binding ties would be broken even more than they are now. Sometimes the hardest decision is finding out if there’s enough love there to even try. Now that’s love…struggling through some sh*t.
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