Some people don't have such integrity and want their piece of cake on the side. But I suspect that unless both people openly expressed it was an open relationship, that in an exclusive one, the one cheating probably wouldn't want their partner to be greedy like them. They're able to justify their cheating as no biggie, but their partner cheating on them would be a crime. Quite hypocritical.I wouldn't cheat regardless of whether I'm in love or not.
Cheating is proper of weak, irrational people; if you're no longer interested in your current partner or you're more interested in another person the break the relationship and then do whatever you want.
hmmmmmmmNO, I really doubt it. There are a lot of weird relationships out there but I can't imagine cheating on someone you love. Its something deeply hurtful and causes the other person a lot of pain and damages their self esteem. If you really cared about her/ him, you would not want to betray their trust or put them through any kind of suffering.
To be completely honest, I actually think its pretty repulsive.
You don't have to love someone perfectly to not do something you know would hurt them. All you have to do is love them, at all.Of course. Love is never any better than the lover. Violent people love violently. Dishonest people love dishonestly. Only a perfect person can love perfectly.
(Toni Morrison paraphrase)
Of course you can. If you define love in such a way that you would never intentionally harm someone you love then I would say human beings are incapable of love.You can't do something as bad at cheating on someone and then say you love them.