Once a cheater, always a cheater so the saying goes. And i believe it. Now i am sure there are some circumstances when this does not apply but most of the time…i think when someone cheats in one relationship, the likelihood of them cheating again is highly probable.
I watch Project Runway and Devious Maids (this show is soooo good!!) on Lifetime and i came across True Tori, a documentary on Tori Spelling and her husband’s marriage and subsequent infidelity issues. Although i haven’t seen a full episode, I’ve seen a few scenes where she is condemning him for cheating and getting caught. It’s very intense scenes, and i suppose they are actors and reality stars so they are used to being in front of the cameras, and a little difficult to watch.
But I also didn’t feel sorry for her in the way i thought i would. Because as it turns out, her husband may be a cheater now BUT allegedly he was a cheater when he was someone else’s husband. The girl he cheated on his wife on was her, Tori.
Hence the title of my post, once a cheater, always a cheater. Why is she surprised that her husband with whom she cheated with on his previous wife would be faithful to her? I suppose as human beings, we have a false sense of superiority and think we are better than everyone. Our goods are always better, we like to believe.
I am of course saddened by the fact that Dean McDermott couldn’t make better choices as a husband (then or now) and it’s unfortunate that his choices are impacting his family (especially his five children) in such a negative way.
Overall, its a sad sad situation but i would implore Tori to examine herself because she cries and hollers at her cheating husband. It may sound harsh but the truth and reality hurts sometimes when we allow ourselves to face it.
Question of the Day: Do you believe that once a cheater always a cheater?