Is infidelity (cheating) a real ground for divorce?

Infidelity has existed for as long a man. It is a known fact that man is not perfect. So, if a man/woman cheated on his/her spouse, can you really conclude that as grounds for a divorce? Of course if he/she continues to cheat, but what if he/she only cheated once? Even after a 3, 4, 5, 15 year marriage? It’s not only about discipline, but I think it’s more about the nature of man. (Women included!) You mean to tell me, that you are going to just throw away years of happiness? What about all your memories, and experiences together? What about your love for each other? Plus, then you’d have to rebuild what you had all over again, investing valuable time and trying to replace what isn’t replaceable. Why can’t we accept that fact that we aren’t perfect? Plus, although marriage is sacred, it’s not like you get married JUST for sex! No pun intended, if your marriage only revolves around sex, then perhaps you should strongly question the ethics and moral of your union. I know some liberals would suggest that we all get married for different reasons. But how can you just come along and redefine marriage? A union according to societies and the traditions our nation was built on, would surely defy a marriage based solely on sex. What do you think?
I really like a lot of you guys’ answers! But, don’t jump to conclusions too fast! I’m happily married, with two beautify baby girls! Not only have I been with my spouse for over 7 years, but we have not even had a single bad argument! She the best! I just wanted to hear different perspectives on this issue!
I really like a lot of you guys’ answers! But, don’t jump to conclusions too fast! I’m happily married, with two beautify baby girls! Not only have I been with my spouse for over 7 years, but we have not even had a single bad argument! She the best! I just wanted to hear different perspectives on this issue!

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