Re: cheating g/f , b/f would you face them?
as has been said before, it depends whether you really want to save the relationship ?
a strong relationship can survive infidelity, but both partners have to work hard.
in my experience, it does destroy trust, and nothing will rip a relationship apart faster than suspicion and jealousy.
it also depends on your definition of "confront" if you go in all riled up, well, there's only one way that's gonna end !
it may be worth sitting down & talking to your partner, even if this relationship is beyond salvation, you may learn vital lessons to take into the next one.
my practice wife had a string of affairs, some of which she was caught red handed, but she always denied them. be prepared for the fact your partner may do the same, it then boils down to who you trust more, your mate, or your girl.
another piece of advice i can give you, if you do decide to carry on, and you feel the trust is gone, end the relationship. it's gonna happen anyway, you're just delaying the inevitable. also, the longer you carry on in that situation, the more chance there is that the mistrust will carry over with you, and could ruin another relationship.
during my last relationship. i realised that my practice wife's infidelity had left deeper scars than i thought !
good luck, whatever you decide
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