Research shows that men aren't cheating on their wives with prettier, younger, women. This expert says the reason men have affairs is because their wives stop being interesting.
CHEATING ON YOUR PARTNER
Affairs are very difficult for many spouses to handle. They wonder how their partner could hurt them and how they will recover from this betrayal. However, is it possible that an affair is justified? Dr. Tammy Nelson presents a case where that may just be so.
Hello, • Wouldn’t it be nice if you can heal your hurt from your break-up, divorce, or betrayal? • Wouldn’t it be nice, if you can transform your terrible experiences into something meaningful? • Wouldn’t be nice if you can change your views and attitude about your personal tragedy? Well, I do just that. I empower people to change their views and help transform their tragedy into something meaningful even if they don’t know “HOW”. I help people process hurt, pain, sadness, anger, grief into forgiveness and go on to re-build their trust.
An interesting thing happens when you speak to hundreds of people who have ended relationships because their partner cheated; you actually learn how to have an affair. I have actually been asked by those in relationships to share with them how to have an affair so they don’t get caught! For the record, I do not condone planning an affair or extra-marital relationships.
1.Women are more skilled in relationships. This gives them a huge advantage when it comes to reading signs of infidelity or hiding their own. As John Gray points out in his bestselling book series “Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus,” we are naturally more adept and more interested in people and in social interactions; men are more interested in things and in competition. According to Dr.
There is perhaps no bigger type of hurt in a relationship than to find out your partner's been unfaithful. It's no secret that even the strongest of us can be easily broken by such an experience. But there's no better way to get over this type of situation than by doing damage control and taking measures to take your life back. After the tears have been shed and you no longer feel like hiding away from the world, the next steps will prove to be crucial. Get Yourself Checked Out
Cheating devastates a relationship. The effect of his behavior creates emotional heartache and discord within the relationship. A relationship is truly devastated. Cheating is a common topic discussed among men and women. Why cheat? Why not just leave? But there is another resulting question – should you take him back? Will you turn a blind eye to cheating or walk away at the first sign? This is a difficult decision to make until you are staring in its face.
Since 1994, we have worked with thousands of marriages, many affected by infidelity, though all the other problems have been represented in quantity as well. Control and domination, addiction, anger, step-family difficulties, in-law problems, and more lead people to contact us for help. They do not always call to seek help to save their marriages; sometimes they call because they feel confusion about whether they should divorce or try to reconcile their marriages.
Generally speaking, men cheat because they have the opportunity. That doesn’t mean that a guy will definitely cheat just because he has the chance, but rather that availability of a ready and willing partner is the primary motivator in moving men toward infidelity. And they may be unfaithful, even if they are perfectly content in their relationship with their significant other. In other words, their cheating is not reflective of how they feel about you. It simply indicates their unwillingness to exercise a li
"Why would my boyfriend cheat on me?" "I'm pretty sure my wife is cheating on me. I want to know why." "I know that my husband has been cheating on me for years. I don't get why he does this." Why do people cheat on their partners? Why do others have affairs that their partners know about? Here are some of the reasons for cheating that I have encountered in my many years of counseling.
By Relationship & Sex Talk, Jane Greer, Ph.D., for GalTime.com When Kristen Stewart admitted to cheating on boyfriend and Twilight co-star Robert Pattinson, it was all over the news. So it was surprising to see that the recent buzz about Robert's forgiving Kristin was tucked away in the New York Post where it could easily have been missed.
If you've been around sex addiction meetings long enough, you've no doubt heard people talking about "disclosure." While there are many different ways to go through the disclosure process, I thought I'd spend a few minutes discussing what disclosure is all about and why you might consider going through it.
By Unlocked Love Matchmakers, Mary Wright for Galtime.Com rebuilding after betrayal Relationships can be challenging, but infidelity can create a hardship that causes the relationship to collapse. After discovering that your partner has been cheating, you may begin to question yourself and wonder how you missed the warning signs.
An affair is often THE dramatic event in a relationship that forces the relationship over a huge edge. As challenging as an affair can be, my hope and desire is that it becomes a catalyst for being more conscious in your relationship. Here are a few things that I can share with you from working with couples who have had affairs: First of all, there is a huge amount of anger, sadness, hurt, guilt in the relationship as a consequence of the event. This is NORMAL.