Originally Posted by kaldaniels
Frankly you have shown a lot of compassion for Tiger's situation.
Nah, you misunderstand my POV if you think I have compassion. That's not it. Tiger has no one to blame but himself for what's happening. I don't feel bad for the guy as he knew the potential consequences when he made his decisions. My entire point is not all that complicated. I'm just not going take this flaw in Tiger's character, which happens to be a common one among the rich and powerful, and draw sweeping conclusions about his entire character and all aspects of his life.
The other piece of my POV is driven mostly by one of the few principles I *try* to live my life by, and that's not judging someone when I don't know all the details of their situation or when I've never been in their situation. And I've said it already, but I'll repeat it again. No one, and I mean no one, can possibly know without doubt how they'd behave in his life situation. Like Roy said, his life is so extreme and unique that the average Joe can't possibly comprehend what it's like to live his life.