If the one your with isn’t fuelling your spirit & soul, eventually your going run out gas. ~ Patricia Houghton
Being faithful is not hard, if you truly care about a person you won’t do anything to jeopardize this or much worse hurt the one you love. ~ Rachel Horn
A married couple may live in the same house and get a along pretty well with each other. They may go about their daily responsibilities in the home without much friction between them. They may even have great respect for each other. In this sense, they are friends who share mutual interests–buying a house, raising a family, getting ahead at work. But marriage the way God planned it includes so much more than mutual interest, goals, and respect.
God intended for couples to become “one flesh”. He wanted them to develop such a like-mindedness with each other that there is an obvious mutual devotion, admiration and dependence upon each other. This kind of relationship is, first and foremost, about each other. Friends may be described as those who have mutual interests. The relationship is primarily about something outside the relationship–goals, projects, and so forth. Lovers are those who have mutual intimacy; the relationship is primarily about each other. Lovers find great their greatest joy to be the joy of the other.
Marriage was created by God to mirror the kind of relationship God wishes to have with us. Intimate fellowship with God, as we can see, is more than just ” being on speaking terms.” the kind of relationship He has in mind for us will mean that both the Creator and the person find their greatest in the joy of the other. ~ ~ Linda Mullin
If you love someone whole hearted there should be no room in your heart to cheat. ~ Joshua Hayes
Most humans cant go without flirting, teasing etc. Its shame, regardless of the relationship, they all take work, lots don’t get the true meaning of loyalty. ~ Lisa Leckemby
If your not going to be loyal then be single, simple as that. ~ Kristin Moore