Christian advice on dating cheating

22-Apr-2020 22:44

Question: "What are valid reasons for breaking up with a boyfriend/girlfriend?

" Answer: This is a difficult question to answer, no matter what was said or done.

With this person, you're finding what you need and want: a sympathetic ear, someone who understands you and all you're going through, maybe even the first meaningful physical touch you've had for months.

Obviously, while not all office relationships lead to affairs, and not all affairs start at work, this scene demonstrates in an overly simplified and time-compressed way how some people start down the path of cheating on their spouse.

Whether you've been married for 30 days or 30 years, you're never really immune to an extramarital affair.

So, how many married people are cheating on their spouses?

God may lead you to someone else, but it is best to forgive and try to work things out unless, through careful, humble prayer, God has led you to leave the relationship.

Unfortunately, knowing in theory all the right answers when it comes to why people cheat hasn’t stopped unfaithfulness from occurring. You're fed up with your spouse, so you start chatting with that attractive person of the opposite sex in the next cubicle.You've known him for years, and it's so easy to talk. Pretty soon you're sharing intimate problems, and now the co-worker is telling you how hard you have it. and maybe the two of you should go out to lunch to talk more about it all.The other day I mentioned Christian Men’s Defense Network.Given the familiar names in the discussion there and the nearly 700 clicks to his site in the stats since then I know that many of you have already gone over there to see what he is building.

Unfortunately, knowing in theory all the right answers when it comes to why people cheat hasn’t stopped unfaithfulness from occurring.

You're fed up with your spouse, so you start chatting with that attractive person of the opposite sex in the next cubicle.

You've known him for years, and it's so easy to talk. Pretty soon you're sharing intimate problems, and now the co-worker is telling you how hard you have it. and maybe the two of you should go out to lunch to talk more about it all.

The other day I mentioned Christian Men’s Defense Network.

Given the familiar names in the discussion there and the nearly 700 clicks to his site in the stats since then I know that many of you have already gone over there to see what he is building.

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