Im cheating and I can't stop! (Page 15)
Ang3lBlaz3: You have no respect and no self respect. Your inmature and selfish and you don't need to be in any type of relationship and thats okay. Thats your perogative if you want to be promiscuous but dont drag some other person into it. Dont make any commitments, sow your wild oats and just be honest with people and be honest with yourself first and foremost. Repeat after me, say this "I like you, but i'm not looking to be in a relationship, i dont want to be tied down. We can chill if you want to, but i'm free to see other people if your cool with that, then i'm cool, if not, it was nice knowing you and it was fun while it lasted!" Its that simple!
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Evelyn99: Well perhaps you have a mental illness issue. They can take so many different forms. Should judge people just because they sin differently than you do. Nobody is better than you and you actually address the problem. A psychologist can probably provide you with some tools
DerekMiller: Relating to the one you are cheating on: If you have to lie to keep someone, I would say just leave that person. Men who are serious about the person they are in a relationship with, want an honest relationship.
Personal experience: I got away from my ex(hard to explain, but she was becoming like weight on my chest) and I had moments of getting back into a relationship with her(on and off) and what kept me away was one big lie(that i knew was a manipulation to get me back) -- anyways I stopped all connection with that person(blocking, changing number and etc.) after her biggest lie. She tried to convince me that she had my kids with a picture of two children who looked like they were at least 2 or 3 years old, luckily i figured out just because of her insanity. We weren't together longer then half a year and didn't even have enough time for her to get pregnant or anything like that(We were together for about 5 months). After being completely broke up with her I learned many of the lies she told me through other people which lead me to see it was a dishonest relationship in the first place.
Try to change your ways, if you value this person enough, you will be able to.
Lies tend to catch up with people, and no person is the same... so you are going to want to make the judgment of "if you can be truthful" to the person. From what I've read it sounds like you could probably be more honest to him then this other guy, not saying you should though -- that's your decision, your judgment.
On the other hand for your well-being, i would get rid of the other dude.
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Evelyn99: Stop it’s easy you just have to convince people that you are a failure when doing it., it’s takes two to cheat on someone.,
Evelyn99: But it’s easy to say from my prescription as I don’t have that problem. Like someone else has gambling and others have substance abuse and or alcohol abuse hard to stop when your mind rewards you for doing it more than a million dollars feel to win