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Have You Ever Been Cheated On? Have You Ever Cheated or Thought About It?

OK, so one time I had an accident in my car. I was so upset. I had the car towed to the shop and had it repaired. They tried their best to make it like new again. They fixed the damage and repainted the area where the car had been hit. But no matter how they tried to match the paint to the original color, they couldn’t. So every day after that, when I would go to the car, I would always notice that the paint didn’t match. Every time I got into the car I would see that area where the paint was different and it would always remind me of the wreck. And even though the car had been repaired it never rode or drove the same again. 

Later, I found out that because the car had been damaged it was worth less than it was before the damage. I thought about this the other day when I was thinking about people who cheat in relationships. When someone cheats, or you have been cheated on, the relationship is never the same. Sure, you can stay together, work on it and repair it, but every time you take a hard look at your relationship you will be reminded of it. I know many of you reading this understand what I’m talking about. The relationship was once so amazing and new and now has lost its value. You have tried to move on but it’s difficult to trust again. I get it, I SO GET IT!

That’s why I wrote Temptation, my new movie that opens this Friday. I WANT YOU TO SEE IT THIS WEEKEND! In this movie I talk about being tempted, I talk about how to forgive, I talk about how to move on from it, and I also talk about how sometimes the decisions you make when you decide to cheat can stay with you for the rest of your life. This movie is powerful. I showed it to several hundred pastors, then had them over to my house to talk about it and the sentiment was the same. This movie has the power to save relationships. So please go see it this weekend if you can. Bring your husband or your wife, your girlfriends and boyfriends, single's ministries and church groups. The subject matter is too strong for kids but it’s perfect for young adults and older. I can’t wait for you to see it. TEMPTATION OPENS EVERYWHERE THIS FRIDAY. 

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  • nonhlanhla south africa

    Looking forward to wathing temptations and I'm sure that a whole lot of us will learn a lot by watching this movie!!!

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  • Redd Morgan

    I've never cheated, never thought about it, but I've been cheated on & have had money stolen from me. How foolish of a person he was.

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  • Da Vida Columbus, OH.

    Tyler, Unfortunately, individuals that are married or in a relationship that have created children do not take the time to think about the impact and devastation that cheating has on their children. In my experience with family, friends,& associates they typically believe that the individual whom they are married to is their "soul mate" only to discover that they were the imitation. My prayer is that the movie, Temptation encourages individuals to seek God's council about the individual they plan to spend the rest of their life with.

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  • Thank you, Tyler car

    For making it a GOOD FRIDAY! Looking forward to seeing the movie, I am counting down with you. :)

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  • Temi LG-NG

    I get the drift....but for God... you may even begin to doubt your own judgement. As always, I will see this film... and I will celebrate you/celebrate with you. This is your Ministry...Hugs

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  • Marci Jordan Temple, TX

    In my first marriage, I was cheated on. It was very hard to trust anyone for a long time. When I met my current husband, I put him through so many changes before we got married. He finally told me, I have to stop making him pay for someone else's transgressions. I finally had to stop and remember to judge each person and not the entire male population. Thank God he stuck by me and this coming June 15, we will be married 22 wonderful years.

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  • LmR Oakland, CA

    It is purely amazing how your mind works, Mr. Perry. I love your stage plays and movies. I like.them because somewhere in someones life they have or will go through those issues, including me. Thanks for being a inspiration to so many people. GOD BLESS!

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  • bongi south africa (johannesburg

    I can't wait to see Temptations but I know its worth the waiting.

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  • Nancy Joan Gazzano United States

    My first marriage of 3 yrs my husband cheated on me when i was in the hospital suffering with a tubal preganancy that exploded internally i was haveing a miscarriage with another set. Of our twins when i got the news that he slept with his ex wife while i was in the hospital i flipped out and tore open my stapples cause of the surgery to repair my tubes. I have had several wxpieriences of men cheating on myself and believe you me it would amaze you the strnght i have over come as a women who stays true to herself and to god .

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  • Rosh Nigeria

    I really would like to watch this movie 'Temptation' as soon as possible. I believe it'll help prefectionist develop confidence & forgiveness for p'ple generally.

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  • Two Dire

    I can't wait for it to be screened here in South Africa. Keep up the good work Mr Perry, I just love your movies.

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  • moses australia

    I'm getting married to a perfect lady, my only fear is that , is there anything like a perfect lady. I get paranoid and then ask myself is she really who she is or claims to be? Surely there must be a past or present she keeps from me? If its true she doesn't what about the Future? I am worried about all these becos she knows my story that I was once dating her childhood friend before her. She doesn't have a story. Its so weird . I don't want to be a Fool eventually.

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    • sharman Acworth #1810437

      Everyone has somewhat of a past. Her past doesn't have to be horrible or anything, but she must have family. Learn about her past personality, character, and habits. Not too many perfect people out there that I am aware of. Jesus, yes! Other humans, no. Talk to brothers, sisters, cousins, parents, and her friends. You're not trying to get some dirt. You're trying to get some perspective.

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