They were estranged, she briefly took another lover.

They were young, in an argument, she hit him.

She asked him who he was, for reasons he couldn’t say, he lied.

Her best friend from forever was a guy, his jealousy burned out of control.

When these–or other compromised situations–happen in a romance, can you forgive them? Can you forgive almost of all of them except for one? Is there something that is just an utter no-go?

Let us know: what, if anything, is unforgivable in a romance?

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