Should people who cheat on their partners ever be able to see their kids again?
I mean, the person who was cheated on didn’t ask for or deserve to lose out on time with their kids.
- Anonymous2 months agoFavorite Answer
"the person who was cheated on didn’t ask for or deserve to lose out on time with their kids"
No, but when they created the child they agreed to co-parent with another person.
Infidelity is not a valid reason to deny a child a relationship with his/her parent.
- PatriciaLv 72 months ago
Of course they should be able to associate with their own children. A marital relationship is far and away separate from the relationship a parent has with his or her children. Are you insane?
Most parents don't flaunt their affairs to their children.
There's something wrong with you.
- ronich69Lv 72 months ago
Cheating has to do with the partner.
It has nothing to do with the child's relationship with a parent.
- 2 months ago
Don’t bring the kids into it. It’s all about satisfying an itch that the spouse can’t or won’t scratch!