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3 Strikes And You’re Out – Is Cheating Always The Third Strike?

By T Dub Jackson

There are rules that govern the universe. And there are just some other rules only applicable to specific matters especially that of the heart. Just like the three strike rule in baseball being metaphorically applied to cheating spouses. But the question is can it really help relationships dawned by cheating?

The Three Strike Rule is definitely not a decree to be applied in relationships. You are not permitted to only three chances before you walk the aisle. But this doesn’t mean you have endless chances to mess up your relationships before you strike out the last.

Regardless of its beguiling baseball metaphor, this rule is a loser. What happens before the relationship doesn’t really matter and you don’t have to count every relationship you have and shout ‘strike one.’

Update a New Defensive Playbook

The wonderful thing about relationships is that your relationship is unique to you and the other person in the relationship. You don’t have to play by the same rules that work for others. You can write your own – together.

Cheating might be something that you won’t tolerate from a partner. If you strongly agree with this usual trend in relationship these days, then don’t wait for the second strike, strike it out before it strikes you out.

Stronger relationships are definitely not immune to cheating. But if you feel you can still work it out before someone waves a white flag, then work it out and write your happy ending.

Why Infidelity?

The word itself is synonymous with pain and division. Aside from that it can branch out to words like lying, abandonment, sneaking around, and isolation. The people who have been through this issue can guarantee the distressing and sorrowful emotions they have experienced. The baggage it carries along is what makes the relationship even more painful.

The actual act is just the final straw in a long line of camels for most relationships.

Even in relationships, being married is already a deal breaker. But if you feel like working out an almost conked out marriage then do so. We don’t condone adultery but marriages can survive infidelity and still go onto forever.

Are you ready to cure the ache that is left behind after cheating has ravaged your relationship? Stop hurting and get your ex husband back today. Here’s what you need to do to make that happen:

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Jackson, T D. "3 Strikes And You’re Out – Is Cheating Always The Third Strike?." 3 Strikes And You’re Out – Is Cheating Always The Third Strike?. 24 Jun. 2010. 18 Jul 2014 <>.

APA Style Citation:
Jackson, T (2010, June 24). 3 Strikes And You’re Out – Is Cheating Always The Third Strike?. Retrieved July 18, 2014, from

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Jackson, T D. "3 Strikes And You’re Out – Is Cheating Always The Third Strike?"

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