Trust is fragile. Secrets and lies jeopardize trust and can damage us and our relationships, sometimes irreparably.
If I told you I was under the impression there was a divorce coming, I’m sure you wouldn’t believe me, but that’s how I justified it.
There’s something else quite remarkable going on behind all of that cheating. For the most part, men don’t cheat because they want to trade up for a younger, hotter, thinner, blonder babe than you. And even if craving better sex is a motivating factor for him, it’s still further down on the list than you’d ever imagine.
Let’s get real — people don’t just suddenly decide to trash their marriage vows like that out of nowhere. They don’t go to bed 100 percent bed faithful and then wake up with adulterous morning plans.
You discover your man is cheating, and you know he’s bad for you. Your friends tell you to dump him, but the truth is, you still want him.
“The best sex I’ve ever had was with a man fifteen years older than me with two kids and a wife of ten years.”
Cheaters are the worst? Says who? Haters, probably. If you’re thinking of cheating but aren’t too sure if you should take the proverbial plunge (wink, wink) then here are a few things that might push you in the right direction. The direction of a winner. A pussy maverick, if you will.
The first thing I should probably do is apologize. Apologize for ruining all of your trust in future men. For ruining the relationship between you and him that was all so perfect until I came along. And I will apologize for that. I’m sorry for hurting you, and I mean that.
1. The sexually deprived man in a “happy” marriage seeking a “mutually assured destruction pact” (MADD).