Are guys really all that keen on getting married? And does he really know if you're the one? We asked guys to spill when it comes to the biggest commitment of a lifetime.
Researchers recently found that men, who marry before the age of 25, have far stronger bones than those who have never married or have been in a marriage that has failed. What are some other things that men can expect if they decide to take the plunge? We're here to tell you.
I was going to do Part 2 of this story in the form of an interview but I couldn't get through it. Things got very heated and ended in a yelling match. So here is what happened and the back story on the "The Married Cheater." He cheated first, she found out...I guess he told her. She decided to deal with it and they went on with life as a married couple. About 3 years later, he was diagnosed with a potentially deadly disease. It was touch and go for almost a year and not long after he was given a clean bill of health (a week after to be exact) SHE DROPPED A BOMB ON HIM!
The following is an interview I did with a 40 something year old man who has cheated on his wife off and on during the 10 years that they have been married. He will give his insight on why men cheat and has a few things to say to women about cheating. The Sexy Single Mommy: Welcome and thank you for agreeing to this interview. The Married Cheater: Your welcome. The Sexy Single Mommy: Tell me a little about yourself. The Married Cheater: Well, I have been married 10+ years, good career, good provider for my family and I love my wife and kids.
It's easy to fall for the hot stranger at the bar when you're fresh out of a relationship, but these are traps you should avoid at all costs.
Are you a married man fooling yourself into thinking you're not gay, but that you just like having sex with men? I used to be in your shoes. After coming out, here's the advice I have to offer you.
In my 15 years of coaching, women have come to me over and over again with the same problem: falling for a married man. The stories always begin the same way: "There's this guy... he's soo great! We connect in every way and he makes my heart flutter like a schoolgirl. I know, I know... he's married. But we've only gone on a couple of innocent dates..." Then, the guy makes his move.
Are you dreading Valentines Day because the dream of romance never quite pans out? Rather than remind yourself of romance gone bad or a partner that went missing in action, make this Valentines Day a true celebration of your love — whether you have a partner or not.
I dated a married guy once. In fact, we were engaged and almost got married ourselves. What broke us up? That he was married when we got together, ironically. Oddly enough, never once in all the years we struggled to make that relationship work did it ever occur to me to call my local paper (or a global tabloid) and give a blow-by-blow description to people who deliberately use the information to humiliate and desecrate the people involved; namely, his wife and family. Nope. Not ever. As a matter of fact, I felt quite the opposite.
Men never cease to surprise me. No matter how often I write about trends in male sex preferences, cheating and other relationship-related news, the latest and greatest surveys always seem to throw a giant wrench in whatever conclusions my previous research had established. This year's annual Esquire sex survey is no different.
There must be something so irresistible about a married man because so many women fall for them. In just one week, I have encountered two women who have slipped into the trap of fatal attraction for a married man. It is a dangerous territory and I do not recommend that anyone go there. I speak from experience having invested part of my life in a relationship with a married man. I am not writing about this subject to lecture or be judgmental or even to speak from my soapbox about what I know that you don’t. My intention is to expose the underhanded tactics, even if unintentional, of men and the naiveté of women that permit these relationships to flower.
She walks into a bar and takes a quick appraisal of her surroundings. She’s looking for something very specific. Sure, looks are important but that’s really not what she latches onto. This chick is looking for something beyond a late-night booty call but far less intense than a full-fledged relationship. She longs for the perks of a typical dating romance but is repulsed by the thought of the responsibility that an actual relationship would bring. Tall, dark and handsome aren’t the only monikers that this single gal looks for in a mate.
Many women ask me why they have to be the one in the relationship to be flexible, be the one to have to stroke the guy’s ego to cultivate change. Women were designed to adapt, it’s the maternal instinct we were born with. It is not easy, but I can almost guarantee you that to experience a shift between a man and woman, the woman almost always has to make the first move in the relational chess game in order to transform the relationship for the better and empower herself. She’s the nurturer, the caretaker, the catalyst for change.
Why might married men think about cheating? Is it because they don’t love our significant others? In some cases yes, but in others I don’t think it has to do with love at all. I think that people who find themselves thinking about cheating will usually do so because they are either a little bored with their sex lives, miss being single or want something a little naughtier. Married men with children for example may want to do things sexually with their wives that they can’t bring themselves to do (like giving a facial). They feel like they shouldn’t degrade their wives so they think about having an affair or finding a mistress. Men who are married for a long time stop feeling youthful. They may
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