Can relationships that begin with cheating ever last?
Alright guys, full disclosure. This post wasn't always going to be called Homewrecker to Housewife Instead it was going to be called Can you turn a Ho into a Housewife? But, after careful consideration, I decided that until the day I'm hired to write for a hip hop site it is not yet socially acceptable to name my blogs after a Ludacris song. Plus, I don't think it's appropriate to call your demographic a "Ho" as an opener.
I know that none of the dreaded ‘H’ words are particularly unpleasing to hear, but it's almost impossible to write a title that fits with the theme of this blog and keep it under 70 letters! So before you start sharpening your pitchforks, give me a chance to explain.
Today I am going to talk about the transition from Homewrecker to Housewife and try to answer a question that I have wondered all too many times: Can a relationship, that began while one of the parties was committed to another person, ever go the distance?
Maybe you want to know because you hate the idea of someone who willfully caused you so much pain continually dodging the karma that is bound to catch up with them some day. Or maybe you are a dreaded "Homewrecker" and you're starting to fret that the old saying, "once a cheater, always a cheater" is about to be transferred onto your own relationship.
Yes, you can go from Homewrecker to Housewife – IF
The reason the two of you will probably last is because you both have similar morals. You both saw a situation that could potentially end in disaster (and probably did) and you went for it anyway.