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LAURA'S LOVE LIFE ADVICE: Should You Ever Stay With A Cheater, Like Demi Moore Is Sticking By The Allegedly Cheating Ashton Kutcher?

Mon, October 4, 2010 9:04pm EDT by 15 Comments
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Although he’s a total cad, Ashton shouldn’t be served with divorce papers from Demi Moore quite yet; she should give their marriage another shot for the sake of their family!

If Demi Moore has never heard the expression, ‘fool me once, shame on you – fool me twice, shame on me’ – she better learn it, and fast. In the wake of Ashton Kutcher‘s cheating scandal, it seems like the gorgeous 47-year-old is magnanimously giving her hot hubby a second shot at love — but he doesn’t deserve this kind of gift more than once!

Don’t get me wrong — I don’t condone cheating in the slightest, and I think Ashton, 32, is a fool if he DID step out on his sexpot wife (who’s about 10,000x more beautiful than the 21-year-old piece he cheated with, Brittany Jones). But do we know all the particulars about their relationship, or what happens behind closed doors? No.

But are there reasons to stay with a cheater? Like I said before, everyone makes mistakes, but I’m not hopeful that men really CAN change. So do I think Ashton — though repentant now — will cheat again? YES. Just like the case of the golf pro himself, a Tiger (Woods) can’t change his stripes. But Demi owes it to herself to give it another go. She loves the man, as do her three daughters Rumer, Scout and Tallulah, and she’s been married to him for five years. That’s nothing to sniff at.

But if she’s kind enough to take him back this once, he needs to work his ass off to deserve her faith. They need counseling, she deserves nothing less than flowers and chocolates and jewelry every day of the year and HE needs a leash. If she has to tug too hard on said leash, then it’s time to let him run free and pee on fire hydrants where he may.

What do you think, HollywoodLifers? Do cheaters ever deserve another chance? Weigh in!


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