For over three weeks now, I took time following and reading the reports about Twilight star’s cheating scandal. Yes, I am talking about Kristen Stewart who was caught cheating on Robert Pattinson with her Snow White and the Huntsman director Rupert Sanders, that left Twilight actress “devastated” for jeopardizing her relationship with her longtime boyfriend. –So the reports have said.
Longtime Boyfriend? I didn’t know that! I mean they are good to look at together. And the chemistry is undeniably hot! Only because they tried to be discrete and confidential about it, and only to finally admit that they have been seriously involve after the pictures of Kristen and Rupert has gone public.
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Don’t panic. I am not turning into a showbiz reporter, nor a Hollywood columnist. I am not interested in other people’s affairs specially if they don’t know me. Well, let me rephrase that.
I don’t have the habit of sticking my nose into other people’s lives. Which is actually telling the same thing I’ve said before that. Okay… what I actually mean is, I read their stories and get the information. It is not because they are such big stars but because they are actually fussing and making such a big deal about it. Hellowww!!! It is Hollywood, cheating is common and it is not world record breaking event.
They were agitated about how devastated and guilty Kristen is, and sympathetic of how Robert Pattinson would handle the betrayal and how Rupert’s wife and the rest of the family will be able to cope up and recover of such world-shakin’ scandal. But then again, they are big stars, so that alone gives them the right to public attention. Their fans should know and the fans’ points of view shall be taken into consideration. Yeah, Right.
What about regular people?
Exactly. What about the ordinary couples who doesn’t have paparazzi following and stalking them? What about the relationships who were not subjects of choice of the camera?
Have you been cheated?
Yes. And I admit the hurt and pain is unbearable. The crazy, confusing, devastating, overwhelming, shattering, painful and degrading feeling of betrayal is unbearable.
How did you find out?
That is simple. I don’t need paparazzi to secretly snap pictures for evidence. I have eyes. They might be defective since I am wearing glasses ever since fourth grade but I can see what needs to be seen.
Did you have a hard time going through it?
NO. I have VERY hard time.
How are you doing now?
Oh I’ve moved on. That was easy. Dump the cheater. Happiness is a choice. So, as all of you can see, I never regret the period of being broken . Because it just made way for me to have a slot in the podium of life’s happiness.
Did you forgive and forget?
Good question! Of course I forgive! Why not? What am I-God?; Forget? I don’t think so but like I said it is a thankful-unforgettable-kind-of–not–forgetting. Blessing in disguise in other words.
What am I really trying to say is, Cheating is happening all over the world. I experienced what it feels like being cheated therefore I will never do it to the person who didn’t do anything but love me and cares for me like a queen.
The logic is plain and simple. Once a cheater always a cheater. There are aspects to consider and I am aware of that. If the cheater did it once-that is more than enough. Forgiveness is a virtue. If not done again, well and good. If there is a second round, then I rest my case.
I guess I made myself a celebrity with this post. I was interviewed by no other than myself. Weird huh! So let me turn the camera to the majority of the non-celebrity public. The hot seat is ready for you and the camera starts rolling.
Have you ever been cheated? Would you like to tell me about it?