Guy Confessions: What Would You Do If Someone Cheated on You?

Finding out you were lied to is a painful, life-changing experience. But how does one deal? We asked our Candy Cuties to give us their thoughts on the matter.
by Ayessa De La Peña   |  Mar 12, 2015
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Being cheated on is no joke. This can scar you for a long time and make you question whatever it is you used to believe in about your relationship, or about relationships in general. Being cheated on can give you a lot of trust issues, making it difficult for you to believe in what someone says or does ever again. So we just had to ask our Candy Cuties, what would they do and how would they deal if they found out their girlfriend cheated on them? Hear them out below.

Eduardo Mitra "I would end the relationship right away." —Eduardo Mitra
King Certeza "I would get over her. It's painful to be cheated on. I wouldn't want it to happen ever again, so I'll just get over her." —King Certeza
Paolo Gonzales III "Talk about it, clear the facts out, and listen to her explanation. But I wouldn't allow myself to be treated like that, so I'd still leave." —Paolo Gonzales
Carl Rule "I would demand for her explanation." —Carl Rule

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I am Candymag.com's resident fangirl and ~*feelings*~ girl. When I'm not busy researching about what to write next on the website, I sleep, read books, and re-watch episodes of Friends.
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