I know she cheated on me, but she's yet to own up?

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I'm certain my GF of 4 years cheated on me, yet she still hasn't owned up to it.

Is it because she's feeling guilty, does she have no remorse, should I confront her?
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I'm certain my GF of 4 years cheated on me, yet she still hasn't owned up to it.

Is it because she's feeling guilty, does she have no remorse, should I confront her?
Of course you should confront her; she is just waiting for you to break up with her it seems so sorry man
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Give her an opportunity to fess up

Say something like: "I love you, so much I would never do anything to hurt you".... "have you ever done anything to hurt me?"....

And if she replies "No" you can say:

"AH HA!"... "YOU LIER!"
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any person with a working brain would confront and dump her.

If you need advice from TSR for a simple situation like this, I don't think you are ready for a relationship yet.
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I agree with above posters.

But I know what you’re probably thinking, OP, that she might get sad for doing what she did etc. That’s kinda the whole point though


She has to know so that she can learn from her mistakes. Being open and honest is important for a relationship to work.


If she did cheat on you though, are you going to forgive her or not?
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I agree with above posters.

But I know what you’re probably thinking, OP, that she might get sad for doing what she did etc. That’s kinda the whole point though


She has to know so that she can learn from her mistakes. Being open and honest is important for a relationship to work.


If she did cheat on you though, are you going to forgive her or not?
I do not think he should not going to lie but again OP it is your decision.
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I do not think he should not going to lie but again OP it is your decision.


Seems as though context is missing here, as to whether or not if it’s her first time cheating etc.


If it was then, it could be argued that it was just a mistake/ an event that took place because she was intoxicated... etc.
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Seems as though context is missing here, as to whether or not if it’s her first time cheating etc.


If it was then, it could be argued that it was just a mistake/ an event that took place because she was intoxicated... etc.
Do these things actually matter? These are common excuses used by cheaters to justify their actions.

The best thing is to dump her. period.
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Do these things actually matter? These are common excuses used by cheaters to justify their actions.

The best thing is to dump her. period.


I mean.... sure but we all know that those things are not preventable. Especially the intoxication bit.. (someone may have spiked her drink?) who knows.

Just a thought on the importance of context.
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any person with a working brain would confront and dump her.

If you need advice from TSR for a simple situation like this, I don't think you are ready for a relationship yet.
That's the thing though: It ain't ****ing simple.
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(Original post by CaptainDuckie)
Seems as though context is missing here, as to whether or not if it’s her first time cheating etc.


If it was then, it could be argued that it was just a mistake/ an event that took place because she was intoxicated... etc.
She slept/cheated multiple times with him over 2 months, she even went on dates with him. I knew about him only 3 weeks into her stay when she kept talking to me about him. I had my doubts when I came over, but it's crystal clear to me now. She wasn't even drunk most of the time. And it certainly can't be a 'mistake' if it was several times, can it?
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She slept/cheated multiple times with him over 2 months, she even went on dates with him. I knew about him only 3 weeks into her stay when she kept talking to me about him. I had my doubts when I came over, but it's crystal clear to me now. She wasn't even drunk most of the time. And it certainly can't be a 'mistake' if it was several times, can it?

Why did you keep accepting her back?
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I'm certain my GF of 4 years cheated on me, yet she still hasn't owned up to it.

Is it because she's feeling guilty, does she have no remorse, should I confront her?
Firstly im sorry and secondally no one who cheats wants to own up so defniitely confront her. Youll find someone who values you and treats you like a king
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she slept/cheated multiple times with him over 2 months, she even went on dates with him. I knew about him only 3 weeks into her stay when she kept talking to me about him. I had my doubts when i came over, but it's crystal clear to me now. She wasn't even drunk most of the time. And it certainly can't be a 'mistake' if it was several times, can it?
send her to the ranch !!!!!!!!!
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She's for the streets
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