So it's no surprise that lots of people use online dating platforms to cheat.There are entire websites dedicated to helping cheaters find "discreet" partners (I won't name them here, but apparently I'm just wondering, for all the people who believe in karma, do you think that the spouse who gets cheated on must've done something wrong in the past and now karma is causing them to get cheated on?How do you explain when bad things happen to good people? I actually get angry when I hear people invoke karma where stuff like this is concerned.
But not every scoundrel is willing to shell out the dough to use a website for cheaters.
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Only rarely do both parties just walk away without discovery or someone getting hurt. So the husband caught them one day behind a store sitting in the car, pulled out a .38, shot the guy multiple times in the chest right in front his wife. Now he'll spend the rest of his life in prison, his wife will be tramatized and feel guilty the rest of her life and the other guy? I always find claims like this strange because they're largely unprovable.
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Besides the chance of destroying the marriage if discovered, what happens if one of the partners falls in love with the other one, a not uncommon scenario? By its very nature, you wouldn't be very likely to learn about an affair that remained secret and ended happily, would you? I came close to putting bullets in that low life..probably would have had I not had a 2 and 4 year old to raise. Karma has been mentioned many times in this thread.