Here you are...You've been married to or dating a man who has cheated. Maybe he cheated more than once. Maybe you only found out about this time. Maybe this is the first time he experienced weakness and fell for another girl's seduction. Either way, you're in the same boat. The pain of cheating can be completely unbearable, especially if you imagined the two of you having a future together.
Cheating causes mistrust and serious self-esteem problems in the spouse who was cheated on. They don't understand what they did wrong to cause their spouse to stray. They wonder if it was their looks, their age, their lack in sexual experience, or their personality. They wonder if it was the fight that happened last week or the fact that the two of them felt a distance creeping in-between them. Or maybe it was the jobs and the kids, and all of the other busy things that happen to people who are together.
Many people blame cheating and adultery on the weakness of the man. They blame it on the temptations that he's around every day. They feel as if the wool was pulled over their eyes. They anticipate difficulties in trusting another relationship again because they never imagined their partner would do what they've done.
Sometimes, people cheat with someone they know. Maybe it was the nanny or the secretary at work. Maybe it was your best friend or even your sister. But it could be with someone you had never met. You turned a blind eye to his late-night activities or the phone calls and texts that he mysteriously responded to while you were out of the room.
The truth is that many men cheat for a very different reason - a reason that many women and men aren't even aware of until it's too late. He is left not knowing why he destroyed something good, and she is left with a big hole in her heart, unsure if she will ever be able to trust again. The reason that I discuss in this audiobook is one that pretty much ensures that he will cheat again.
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