- South Africans recently took some time to answer a question about the things they become curious about after getting cheated on
- Some of the questions people ask after being betrayed are why did their partner cheat and how many times have they did it
- Other people however expressed that they prefer not to ask any questions and rather just walk away
Being cheated on while in a relationship is an unfortunate event that sadly happens to many people. While time makes it feel better, cheating often leaves a lasting scar on the person who is in the relationship with a cheater.
Wanting to get deeper into the topic, Briefly.co.za asked our readers what kind of questions they asked after being betrayed.
Many people seemed to want to know why their partner cheated while others were simply interested in getting pointers on how their behaviour influenced their partner's decision to step out of the relationship.
Briefly.co.za takes a look at some of the various interesting questions people asked their unfaithful partners once the cheating was discovered. Read a few of them below:
Nomandla Stamper said:
"Asking questions is not gonna change that he cheated ndivala umlomo ndivule ezantsi."
Mlondi Ndlovu said:
"You ask her why she cheated, she just drops tears and she just cries continuously. They always have one reason, you don't have my time. Ladies cheat because they want to, unlike us men. So I don't bother myself asking questions."
Bahle MrReal Qobo said:
"Why you cheated on me, what I did wrong so I can know in the next partner I don't do that. But what I learned is I must stop asking questions but move on."
In another Briefly.co.za relationship report, it is not news that many people are completely terrified of settling down and getting married. A recent tweet that was made by a curious South African Twitter user not only proved that many people are reluctant to tie the knot, it also gives insight into why that is.
"What scares you about getting married? Be honest," asked @Colourphuza.
Soon the post received just over 500 reactions and many comments from forthcoming South Africans who were more than willing to share why they did not think that marriage was a good idea.
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