(Closed) Cheating: 82% want to know, yet 60% wouldn't tell a friend?

posted 8 years ago in Relationships
  • poll: Explain the disparity- how do you justify wanting to know but not telling when it comes to cheating?

    I don't, I follow the golden rule: I'd want someone to tell me, so I'd tell someone else.

    It's all about me: I'd want someone to tell me, but I'm too uninterested to help others.

    I'm scared: I'd want someone to tell me, but am too afraid to tell another.

    Other- please explain below...

  • Post # 78
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    Bumble bee

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    @FLBlonde93:  u truly think ur sooo honored to be stalked come on plz in saying that was unfair to say I comment on post that’s what the wedding bee is for and u act high and mighty get off ur high horse

    Post # 79
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    Bumble bee

    Ill continue to comment where ever I plz if u dnt like it ignore it never said anything negative about u the person honestly I dnt even remember who u r I just comment… but obliviously u recognize me so who is the frenemy?U seem like a nasty person to attack someone that nvr attacked u personally is WRONG and therefore justifies ur narcissism. It seems u cant understand anyone that disagrees with u. U def need a self evaluation

     

    ETA: oh now I see ur post which u edited after calling ppl low class for putting their pregnancy tests up and I said that name calling isn’t right but wen u edited it I said thank OP for rephrasing it and YOU hav an attitude about a post from 3 wks ago WOW that’s extremely petty

     

    Where I stand and will always stand is judging ppl is not right and I will nt shut up about it. Having an opinion is fine asking questions and discovering and helping each other to the best our ability is what this community is for but being rude and judging is NOT right sry OP if u hate me for that fine but it is wat it is

     

    And if u cn give me an example of me twisting ur words (that u didn’t edit afterwards) plz let me kno

    http://boards.weddingbee.com/topic/used-pregnancy-test-photos-on-fb-and-other-tmi-posts/page/2#axzz2VPLWyQu4 

    this is the post ur talking about as u see I was the first to respond and was kind in response to u, if u edited something hav the integrity to say so and nt use it to ur advantage, I’m a vry nice person wat u did is a form of BULLYING as u know they come in many forms and this is one and I’m actually sad to see u r that type of person

    Post # 80
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    Bumble bee
    • Wedding: April 2014

    My FI’s ex-wife cheated on him. His take on it is that he would want to know. If he knew a friend was being cheated on he says he’d give the person 24 hours to tell them and if they didn’t do it within that time period then he would do it.

    I would definitely want to know if I was engaged to a cheater..I think it does become more complicated when there are children involved though.

    Post # 81
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    Honey bee
    • Wedding: May 2012

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    @FLBlonde93:  well, thanks. I’m known for being blunt, overly so in some cases. Glad we can simply agree to disagree!

    Post # 83
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    Busy Beekeeper

    OP perhaps you need to step away from the Bee for while. I dont see why you got so riled up by a random comment in a three week old thread and think someone is stalking you. 

    Post # 85
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    Sugar bee
    • Wedding: July 2013

    I don’t care what the situation, I would totally tell basically anybody if I knew they were being cheated on. But then again, I’m one of those nasty brides who doesn’t agree w/ strip clubs, hooters etc..

    But if I knew of “gossip” pertaining to cheating, I would at least tell the bride what I had heard, & let the bride make the decision for herself.

    That is the same courtesy I would hope to be provided with, and I like to live by the Gold Rule.

    Post # 86
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    Bumble bee
    • Wedding: June 2013

    Part of the reason for the disparity could be that different people are voting in the polls.

    Or no one wants to be the bearer of bad news.

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