Male Entitlement: Cheating Isn’t Part Of The Growing Pains Of A Relationship



Social media has been buzzing about a Filipino guy who started a Twitter thread, explaining how his past relationship ended.

The Twitter world was not amused by his story and this sparked animosity within the social media community. The person behind the thread has already deactivated his Twitter account, however, people were fast enough to screenshot his thread and post it on Facebook.

In his post, he explained how his ex-girlfriend did him ‘wrong’ after all the challenges they went through, including his cheating incident.

Posted by Ephraim David on Sunday, 4 November 2018

Posted by Ephraim David on Sunday, 4 November 2018

Posted by Ephraim David on Sunday, 4 November 2018

Posted by Ephraim David on Sunday, 4 November 2018

Posted by Ephraim David on Sunday, 4 November 2018

Posted by Ephraim David on Sunday, 4 November 2018

Posted by Ephraim David on Sunday, 4 November 2018

Posted by Ephraim David on Sunday, 4 November 2018

Long story short, the guy cheated and the girl learned her lesson and moved on. Now the guy is hurt for being replaced and is publicly asking for sympathy for his ‘toxic’ ex-girlfriend.

Now, we all know there are two sides in every story. But with how this guy explained their breakup, it is pretty obvious that the girl had every right to move on from their relationship.

Sadly, Gen Z’s are no stranger to being in a toxic and immature relationship.

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Sometimes, we settle for mediocracy when in fact, we should seek for the what’s best for us. Yes, challenges like this could be a part of the ‘growing’ stage, but remember that everything that is too much could be fatal. Cheating isn’t a bump in the road in a relationship, it should be the end of the line.

Male entitlement has become evident in his post alone. It was clear that he cheated several times, but as soon as the girl realizes her worth, suddenly, she’s the one who hurt him? The double standards are quite alarming and the fact that some men find his actions excusable is concerning.

Being in a toxic relationship could have an enormous impact on anyone’s mental, emotional, and physical state. If you sense the red flag, leave while you can. Your family and friends will be there to support and protect you.

And if you need serious help, seek assistance from the Department of Social Welfare and Development. They run temporary shelters for abused women, along with counselling, recovery,  rehabilitation programs and livelihood assistance.