One of the more interesting facts in Esther Perel's new book, State of Affairs: Rethinking Infidelitycomes near the beginning. Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds.
Sex with strangers in hotels, a long term relationship, multiple partners, weekly meets and plans to leave a husband are among the stories of infidelity. For many people 'Til death do us part' ends up being a very long time to be monogamous. But the physical aspects of a relationship are just as important as the companionship and thousands of people have affairs each year.
But there are always two sides to every story. Why did they cheat? What led them to that point? To better understand and further examine rationales for cheatingwe asked nine women of all ages to tell us why they made the decision.
Cheating is something that happens to women. Women are abandoned, scorned, discarded, left. Men are the actors, the cheaters, the seed disemenators—the doers doing those they aren't supposed to be doing—that is, if you rely solely on information gleaned from film, music, magazines, stock photos, and candid conversations you've overheard at brunch.
Women cheat on their husbands out of love and a desire to save their marriages, according to a new book. She found that, for many of the women, the choice to cheat was not a spontaneous one - but one made out of necessity. Rather than giving in to sexual urges with men other than their husbands for fun, the majority of women Walker spoke to said they seek sexual relationships outside of their marriages because they are not having their physical needs met by their husbands and feel this is the only way to save their marriage.
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They have sex about three times a week, which might strike many as enviable, considering that John and Jane—who are in their 40s—have been together for nearly two decades. Based on numbers alone, one might wonder why they need couples counseling at all. Or frequency.
The first question that comes to mind when a spouse cheats is: Why? A recent study by the University of Guelph in Ontario, Canada, attempted to answer that question and found that the reasons behind infidelity differ greatly between the sexes. For men, it's typically about the sex—the more sexually excitable they are, the more likely they are to cheat.