Why Women Cheat

Men often struggle with being financial dependent. The people who were most likely to cheat were men who were 100 percent
"My marriage lasted over 10 years. I couldn't make him happy and he couldn't make me happy. Sex had become like showing up
I'll never forget the day I had lunch with a friend of mine, who brought along three of her divorced girlfriends, none whom I'd ever met. As we sipped our white wines and chomped on our salads, I listened to the stories of the divorced women.
The question that came up repeatedly after our marriage dissolved was: Why? Why did I cheat on him? Why would I do such a thing to a man who was caring, funny and generous?
So what sets heterosexual men apart? According to evolutionary psychologists, paternal uncertainty is to blame. Men can't
If you're under the impression that it's mostly men who cheat on their wives, then you are mistaken. According to new research, many married women are seeking affairs for romance and sexual satisfaction without any plans of divorcing their partner.
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I have always hated the idea of cheaters. Sleazy, lying scumbags who were only out for themselves. Selfish egocentrics who
Through the study, it became clear that all the women craved more intimacy in their marriages. This void was eventually filled
The website polled 6,000 women on the site and a whopping 73 percent of the ladies said the chief reason they cheated was
In fact, one woman interviewed for the study told the researchers the following: "Some penis may be large yet my vagina is
Ashley Madison -- a dating site for married people looking to have affairs -- surveyed 74,600 members from 26 different countries
While we celebrate 'how far we've come' ( we actually hate that phrase), there are still some behaviors of which American women should not be proud. Apparently, we rank near the top worldwide in terms of how many of us cheat -- as in infidelity.
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The last woman Wayne profiles is Laura, a corporate-type stuck in a loveless and sexually unsatisfying marriage to a husband
Clifford Lazarus, Ph.D. joins Caitlyn to discuss how infidelity may ultimately bring a couple closer together.
Eric Anderson, Ph.D. joins Caitlyn to explain why the saying "once a cheater, always a cheater" rings true.
Eric Anderson, Ph.D. joins Caitlyn to discuss the benefits of participating in an open relationship.
When it comes to cheating, men are still more likely to stray -- but women are catching up. Keep in touch! Check out HuffPost
Research by licensed psychotherapist and New York Times bestselling author M. Gary Neuman , cited in the video above, suggests