Ballerific Relationships: All Men Cheat, But It’s Okay because He Loves Me


Do all men cheat?

The question is subjective. Based on who you ask, the answer is yes. A lot of times, when someone has been hurt over and over, their perception is skewed. Then, they allow people use and abuse them, in the name of love.

“Yeah, my man cheats, but all men cheat. He loves me and still comes home to me at night,” so says, the lady in love.

But, the real question is, does a man really love you, if he constantly cheats on you?

Relationships are hard. The world is full of temptations. But, there are billions of people on this planet; I’m sure you can find one that respects you enough to spare your feelings. Don’t get me wrong, if you’re okay with it, by all means have at it. But, for me, cheating is unacceptable. It may not be a deal breaker, but it will not be tolerated, consistently.

It’s understandable that people make mistakes but, after the third or fourth time, it’s no longer a mistake. It is a conscious decision to violate your partner’s trust. I refuse to believe that someone, who says they love me, will break my heart by cheating.

These days, society glorifies the side chick. Everyone enjoys to watch the drama unfold when the Becky approaches the girlfriend, “as a woman.” So, on top of the disloyalty and unfaithfulness, there’s disrespect and public humiliation, in what world does that equate to love?

It’s like people gain a sense of accomplishment or superiority complex, by allowing someone to do their dirt all day, as long as they come home to them at night. But, who am I to judge, if it works for you, so be it. But, as long as you allow your partner to disrespect the relationship, he will continue to do so. You have to draw the line somewhere. You have to have a little more respect for yourself. That way, you will always be able to demand respect from others. If you don’t respect yourself, no one else will.

About MsJennyb

Jen is a Writer and Content Curator for Baller Alert, who writes under the alias “MsJennyb.” In this role, Jen develops and contributes relevant special-themed content to attract readers. Before joining the Entertainment Industry via Baller Alert, Jen spent one year as a Freelance Writer and two years as a Human Resources assistant in a corporate office. Jen has a degree in Criminal Justice from Rutgers University with a concentration in Africana Studies. To contact Jen please email [email protected]

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