That’s right, how do you feel about cheaters?

Personally I think anybody that cheats doesn’t deserve the prize. And I’m not just talking about cheating in relationships. Let’s talk about what’s happening with Alex Rodriguez right now. If you haven’t seen the news he’s been suspended for the rest of 2013 and all of 2014.

Personally I can’t stand baseball. I can’t think of too many other things I find more boring. But the amount of cheating in sports nowadays is unbelievable. It’s amazing! Take a look at Barry Bonds’ career and the only thing that grew bigger than his ego was his head and his feet.

Bonds, Alex Rodriguez, Lance Armstrong, all these guys were never satisfied with their talent alone. And by the way, their pure talent was greater than just about anything most people had ever seen. But obviously it wasn’t enough for them. The $40M contracts weren’t enough. The $200M contracts weren’t enough.

They had to go and cheat.  They had to cheat to somehow enhance their legacy which in turn killed their legacy. The very same thing can be applied to the world of dating. If you cheat, that’s the legacy you leave. That’s how women remember you.   

I believe in karma.  I believe in what you give out is what you get returned.  How you conduct yourself is exactly what comes back to you eventually in life. Cheating on somebody in a relationship, (and I’m not saying I’ve been a choir boy in the past) is something that really isn’t right.

If you’re not happy in a relationship, get out.  

I don’t care if you’ve got three kids. I don’t care if you don’t want to give up. And I don’t care that you don’t want to support someone financially at the end of your relationship. If you’re not happy you need to end it!

There are no excuses for cheating. When you do, you’re basically cheating yourself out of every opportunity to find happiness and love.  You’re basically telling yourself, “Hey no worries, I’m just going to cheat.  I’m going to have a lover on the side. I’m not going to really get what I need out of my relationship and I don’t have the balls to end it right now.”

Alex Rodriguez didn’t have the balls to play baseball without cheating.  He didn’t have the balls to work with a God given natural talent everybody would love to have. And a lot of you who cheat in relationships don’t have the guts to be honest and authentic with somebody.  

Cheating doesn’t work. If you’re not happy, fix it or end it!