There was and he did!!!
My first relationship which had believed to be wonderful changed the day he became violent.I got the polic involved and moved 34000 miles away without telling a soul where I went to!!
The second,as he would never have lifted a finger in anger,took a long time to admit ut,but he cheated.I was so totally loyal and in love with this man who fathered my son and was with me for so many years that it shattered me and also the marriage! I am now blissfully single!!!
Hmmm. I think it would depend very much on circumstances and what I had been doing at the same time. I loathe people who cheat so that would be a big deal breaker for me but even then, I can think of circumstances where with time I might forgive him and try to repair the relationship. Never say never, I think you just can't say for sure until you are living it.
I'm sure there is, but I'm trusting I will never find out. Certainly, we seem to honour, respect, and trust each other more than we did on our wedding day, so hopefully that means I'll never have enough personal experience to answer that question.
I would have to say domestic violence. I could not stand to be someone else's punching bag, just because they have issues. I would be outta there. A lit of people would say cheating. I would like to say that I would forgive him, we would have counselling and the relationship would be strong again. However, having never been in this circumstance, I don't know. If he was genuinely remorseful, I would like to try again. We all make mistakes. We would have to get counselling ti identify the reasons why he strayed, and eliminate those reasons so it would not happen again, such as not enough affection, attraction or sex. Domestic violence would be the biggest thing.