How many women do you need? Because one is not enough. One will frustrate you. One will help you castrate yourself or liberate you . It will be hard to tell the difference because you are your own worst enemy. You will sabotage yourself and blame it on her. Then you will find someone else to take away the scent of the trail, the trail to yourself. You will betray yourself with a new distraction so you never have to cross the finish line and with renewed enthusiasm you will go around in circles.
Infidelity is often an expression of unhappiness with a relationship. In some important ways, the cheater's needs are not being met, and his or her affair is an attempt to communicate that. Before you get upset, listen to what is being said.
Boredom. Sexual desires and curiosity. Unhappiness with the relationship. In need of an ego boost. Infidelity happens for a number of reasons (as confessions of cheating husbands will tell you), but why do men have more affairs? A new study sheds some light on the cheating mystery.
Dating isn't always easy, and neither is building a relationship. So, women often stay in relationships that are not quite right, believing the rough spots will smooth themselves out. After all, no relationship is perfect so you have to expect some problems, right?
Do you find that you seem to attract guys who always have girlfriends or wives? In other words, are you always the mistress? If so, it could be that, inadvertently, you are sending out signals that are only picked up by those who are committed to others. You don't realize what your actions and body language are saying.
An application launched in October of 2012 that allows users to hide contacts in their phone book and keep call logs and text messages invisible. Known as 'the cheater app', with a shake of the phone, any incriminating evidence disappears. In Japan, a phone is quickly selling that masks calls and texts. Predominately used by men who are cheating on their wives or girlfriends, 'the Infidelity phone ' is making it easier to not get caught.
Romantic love — the kind that urges you to meld with a like-minded mate. The force that inspires you to write untraceable letters to a forbidden lover. The irresistible urge for which you will risk your family, your security, your country and your life!
Recently, dating and social media site Cheaterville released a survey of its users on the topic of hair color and cheating. The website is a place where you can publicly call out cheating partners — their slogan is "Don't be the last to know" — and see names of others who have cheated. According to their results, hair color seems to play a role in how likely you are to cheat.
Though many people wouldn't forgive a partner for cheating under any circumstances, many of us, for various reasons, would at least begin to go in that direction. Many experts, including those on YourTango, have helpful advice on how to move toward reconciliation, and how to understand why cheating occurs.