Recently, I read a joke that men can rationalize cheating on their woman and sleep fine at night, yet somehow can feel guilty going to a different barber.
Although it was a joke, I thought that men really can view loyalty different in the context of a relationship. What role does loyalty have in relationships, though?
Is loyalty important to you? I ask because loyalty is something we say matters but our actions often prove otherwise. How close is love and loyalty, in your opinion?
How and when do you decide to be loyal to someone? Is it after they have shown themselves to be reliable and trustworthy? What happens when they mess up? Do you stop being loyal forever?
Who would you say is more loyal, men or women? Is it even fair to compare since we show our loyalty in different ways?
By Wise Diva, Misadventures in Atlanta Dating Blog