My girlfriend is a massage therapist and cheated on me with customers. But she is not dating the customers she just helped with the hand relief at the end. She just started at home and majority of the customers asked for that and she was loosing customers. Being very ambitious and in a financial mess, she thought it won't harm to use her hand and not her body if a customer request that. She did that on some few customers and I payed someone to enquire about massage, that is when I discovered she did that. We still live in the same house but How can I forgive her and marry her? She is going through more pain and regret and I can see her falling but am hurt and the question is should I give her a second chance? She is a very good girl and am sure she did for money. I feel like I should leave her soon, cuz cheating is one thing I don't forgive , what do you think?View Thread
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