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Posted by: Tara | 2009-12-17

researching whether marriage changes a cheat

He cheated in the months leading up to the wedding, including the week before. What does this kind of history suggest for the marriage - in the most cases is this the kind of behaviour seen in a man just having a last bit of fun, or does it not bode well for the marriage?

Secondly, which sounds the louder warning signal - a man who cheats with different women or with the same one over and over again?

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WHy did you go ahaead and marry suh a creep ? There is no such thing as 'a last but of fun" - he showed total disrespect for you as his wife. Of course it bodes badly for the marriage. As for your second question - BOTH are strong indicators that he will cheat whenever he feels like it.

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Posted by: W | 2009-12-18

Both ery very bad.
Chances of him changing are very slim.
Did you know about this before you got married?

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Posted by: Rick | 2009-12-18

Not a good sign for a future relationship, he will cheat again...why not? Get rid of him and find someone who respects you, why do you want another womans seconds??

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Posted by: Rick | 2009-12-18

Not a good sign for a future relationship, he will cheat again...why not? Get rid of him and find someone who respects you, why do you want another womans seconds??

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Posted by: cybershrink | 2009-12-18

WHy did you go ahaead and marry suh a creep ? There is no such thing as 'a last but of fun" - he showed total disrespect for you as his wife. Of course it bodes badly for the marriage. As for your second question - BOTH are strong indicators that he will cheat whenever he feels like it.

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Posted by: Phil | 2009-12-17

1. Not good.

2. Not good either, the end result is the same. But then again, many diffirent partners could give you STD' s.

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