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Help / Advice Forum: AWESOME POST in "Don't want to hang out with a cheater", by acidlaced
My roommate has been seeing this girl. When they first started hooking up, she was cheating on her boyfriend and continued to do so for about a month and a half whilst promising my roommate that she'd break up with him. Now that she's finally broken up she's seeing my roommate.
I'm personally disgusted by the act of cheating and my problem in this is that I feel incredibly uncomfortable when this girl is around.
When all this started I had already spoken with my roommate about the situation and he was pretty understanding about my feelings whilst she was cheating on her last boyfriend... Now that the two of them are going out (and he's fucking her all the time) she's around a lot more.
He's renting his room from me and I don't feel I can tell him that I don't want her around. I feel like I'd be a dick to do so in that I'd ultimately dictating whom he should be with. So instead, is there anything I can do to make myself feel not disgusted by her when she's around?
Legend has it there was this one dude who would hang with all the social outcasts like the poor and the adulteresses, I hear he was a pretty cool guy. He must have seen in them something that you wouldn't necessarily see at face value, probably took a lot of hanging out and talking to get to know the part of them that wasn't revolting and would make them worth chillin' with. At the end of the day I'm sure he always managed to learn a lesson based on his experiences which would grow his moral fiber even if the zeitgeist dictated that his companions were amoral.