Kristen Stewart: You Are A Hypocrite For Cheating On Robert Pattinson

Tue, July 31, 2012 9:07pm EST by 37 Comments
Kristen Stewart Cheating

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Posted at 2:00 PM on August 3, 2012  

I know from personal experience what it feels like to be cheated on, as well as to be cheating. I also know the guilt you feel afterwards when you really love the person you cheated on. Everyone keeps giving Kristen a hard time about this, yet there are numerous actors/actresses that have cheated on their significant others and they don’t get nearly as much crap about it. I don’t think she deserves to be publicly humiliated. The director is just as much to blame as she is, yet hardly anyone is criticizing him. I feel sorry for Rob, but if he and Kristen sat down and talked about why she had the affair, it could actually strengthen their relationship.

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Posted at 2:24 PM on August 2, 2012  

Cheating is right. I think society expects too much of couples to be sexually monogamous for years on end. And we may espouse that value publicly, but few people manage to live up to it. We need to be much more open to the reasons people ‘cheat’. Sometimes the person in a relationship who is not the cheater, is just as responsible for the problems in a relationship. Sometimes they are in denial about their own part in things. Liberty Ross made some quite personal and denigrating comments about her director husband in an article not too long ago. Perhaps she shouldn’t have chosen a film director husband if she wanted him home every night. Directing is not a 9-5 job when you’re home every night. Men like to feel appreciated; not criticised.

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Posted at 4:01 AM on August 2, 2012  

I have noticed in the editorial and comments that many of us have the value: “IT IS NOT OKAY TO CHEAT”. This is a good value to have and it will be wonderful if we can always remain true to it. It is unlikely, however, that this is the only value on our list. I would think that for most of us other values we try to live by are: “IT IS NOT OKAY TO JUDGE ANOTHER PERSON” and “IT IS NOT OKAY TO SPEAK ILL OF OTHERS”. We all do the very best we can but in reality we fail to live up to our values on a daily basis, because we are none of us perfect. The best thing we can do is help each other up when we fall, and hope that others will do the same for us. We should keep in mind that all of our values are of great importance, and each has the potential to do great harm if we fail. So please choose your words carefully lest you do harm to another person, and even more harm to your own character.

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Robert Pattinson's #1 fan!

Posted at 10:48 PM on August 1, 2012  

He deserves better than that B!tch K-Stew!

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Posted at 10:16 AM on August 1, 2012  

Silly-Silly Boy Robbie
your so stupid and so ugly,get a life ,she cheated,not rob,you can not change this,she has 22 years and at tis age we know wath we do,this is a homewrecker yes yes !!!!

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norwegian girl

Posted at 6:41 AM on August 1, 2012  

I hate people who cant be faithful
if you cant be faithful, than you dont deserve
a relationship
my sympathy is with Robert
how could she be unfaitful to a married man who have to cids?
Robert is much more handsome, everyone can see that
I hope you move on Robert, you are a great actor and a wonderful person

greetings from Norway

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Posted at 6:47 AM on August 2, 2012  


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