If We Accept Dishonesty From Adults, What Hope is There for Our Kids?

It bothers me that society has given up on honesty and is now happy to settle for the occasional deceit:

Most women will forgive their partners for cheating once or even twice, but would dump them if they tried it three times, according to a study.

The research found that more than six in ten women would forgive two relationship ‘errors’ – which include infidelity, excessive flirtatious behaviour or romantic neglect. They would, however, dump their man after three.

A full 53 per cent say they would be likely to give their partner another chance even if they found out they had cheated on them, as long as that cheating was a one-off and didn’t involve a pro-longed affair, according to a poll of 2,000 British men and women for laundry specialists Dr. Beckmann.

An incredible 38 per cent of all current British relationships have endured infidelity of some kind, according to the study.
I believe this study represents a negative worldview which is sure to affect the next generations. We must expect nothing less than honesty and loyalty from each other. Forgiveness is a personal choice, but even so, there must be an expectation of trust in every genuine relationship.
Otherwise, what’s the point?

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One Response to “If We Accept Dishonesty From Adults, What Hope is There for Our Kids?”

  1. John Tapscott Says:

    What’s the point indeed? To look at the lives of some celebrities it’s little different from a couple of dogs mating in the street. At least dogs mate for a good reason and after the act they go on being man’s best friend. Even the definition of a slut has changed over the years. Or have the morals of dogs improved?

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