Married Women Having More Afffairs

Men find it incredibly difficult to forgive and forget if their wife has cheated on them.  If you confess your indiscretion the explosion of grief and anger will probably be worse than you imagine.  Anger

While infidelity has traditionally been regarded as a masculine trait, an increasing number of women are cheating on their husbands. Financial equality plus more time spent at work are fueling this role reversal.

It wasn't so long ago that women would  have felt obliged to stick at an ailing marriage, these days they don't feel so compelled to stay. 

A surge in power may have propelled women to be unfaithful but the male attitude isn't changing quite so fast.  For a betrayed man, it's a slight against his manhood. It goes right to the core of his identity. For men, the sexual component of their wife's affair is very important – they are more concerned about the sexual aspect than if their wife loved the man she slept with.

'I don't think a woman's reason for having an affiar is that different from a man's –  they're looking for attention and affection and that's going to include sex.

I guess the best advice before you make a mistake you might regret is better communication with your mate.  Tell him how you are feeling and see if you can work it out.  If you don't you might be headed for a blowup you are not prepared for.


One thought on “Married Women Having More Afffairs

  1. I am a woman who gave everything to my man–the biggest mistake I made was that I worshipped him . Despite what I gave him he continued to be a tiger . No pun intended. I have healed and accepted having an affair is NEVER about sex . It is about the person who is just un happy and they blame it on their relationship. If you cheat and you are MARRIED just remember you signed a contract just like you do when you sign a contract to buy a house or get a credit card . If you violate the terms of ANY contract there are ALWAYS consequences. Both men and women should consider a prenup more seriously and we need to add a cheater clause inside all contracts that spells out the potential lost for men and women who choose to decide to alter their contract of marriage. I realize men suppose to take cheating harder than women well the pain and trust that comes from deception takes a long time to heal REGARDLESS of gender. The greatest lesson I have learned is to remember your partner is human.

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