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If a woman cheats in order to sabotage the relationship why would she deny cheating when she is confronted with overwhelming evidence?

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2006-08-26 07:44:00

Are you sure she cheated or are you second-guessing or listening

to gossip from friends? If you haven't caught her red-handed then

you should never accuse her of this. She may be completely innocent

and you are trying to make her admit to cheating. People are

innocent until proven guilty! Have you proven for a fact she

actually cheated on you? Anything family or friends say is simply

"here-say!" I'd really like to hear from you and find out what this

overwhelming evidence is. Say you actually did catch her cheating

(I highly doubt it) then you must look inward to yourself and see

what problems occurred in your relationship and be honest about it.

Were you attentive enough towards her and did you treat her well.

That means taking her out on dates, having fun with either the two

of you or a group of friends. Did you keep dates, turn up on time

and did you ever buy her flowers or a small gift just to say "I

love you?" Think about it! Relationships take work. Some women will

cheat because they don't get certain needs met and I agree it's the

wrong way to go and she should have communicated more with you and

spoke up about her concerns, but you are at fault as well because

you suspected something was wrong and you only accused her of

cheating and never really tried to talk about the problems you may

have had together. I'd give her another chance and sit down and

hash it out in a calm manner. I think both of you could stand to

communicate better and improve on your relationship. Let her tell

her side of the story and listen! Then you let her know how you

feel and hopefully she'll listen to your needs as well. We all make

mistakes (you could cheat at sometime in your life as well) so it's

worth another chance.

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