LOVE CAN BE DISHONEST
Trusting, knowing you've been betrayed, and accepting it. Even in a time where women's rights have climbed quite a ladder, we still lack something very important. Though the betrayal of both sexes, male and female, has existed since the beginning of time, one of the most important institutions is flawed. Not because of what it demands, but simply because it is human nature to feel tempted. While fantasizing is a choice, we still do it. When a relationship is rocky, some do it even more. Some act upon it. When it's going good, we do it on our alone time. Some agree that what you don't know won't hurt you. Others believe in full honesty, even if the truth is only half and the rest is simply omitted. But what happens when these omissions are more of a betrayal? When we know our partners so well to the point of holding back events, situations, and actions because we rather not upset them or hurt them, is that love or dishonesty?
5/19/2015 06:47:27 am
I think it's betrayal. The husband agrees
5/23/2016 10:54:32 pm
I think I have to agree with you Lourdes. Omission is betrayal.
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