There are many reasons why people cheat on their partners; a lack of physical affection, feeling trapped, boredom and even destructive situations.
There are just too many reasons people decide to be unfaithful. Sometimes it is a regrettable spur of the moment thing, while other times are planned and purposeful. If you are tempted to cheat on your significant other (SO), we urge you to consider the following:
- Nothing good will come out of it
It may be exciting at first, you don’t know what the future holds. You might just find you are rejected by the very person you cheat with because they know firsthand that you are a cheater!
- People will get hurt
Cheating on your SO will hurt not only your partner, but can affect the family and friends involved.
- The guilt will stress you
No matter how good you are at covering your tracks or blocking things out, there will always be something that will remind you of what you have done. The guilt will fester in you, resulting in emotional and physical stress.
- It’s not worth it
No matter who he is, it’s not worth it. Think about everything you’ll lose when your partner leaves you over someone you sexed up for just one night.