Women's relationships today followa very predictable pattern:
If you're a man,
- They push men for commitment
- They get what they want
- They lose interest in sex
- They become attracted to someone else
- They start cheating (emotionally and/or physically)
- They become angry and resentful
- They begin telling their partners that they need time apart
- They blame their partners for their behavior...and eventually, after a long time of vacillating back and forth and several failed attempts to give up their affairs, they end their relationships or marriages.
like most men, you would probably never suspect that your wife is cheating, (at least, not physically cheating) not only because of your wife's seeming disinterest in sex; but also because you have the belief that your wife is a "good girl."
Unfortunately, men are frequently left/divorced by their wives without ever knowing about their wives' affairs and infidelities.If you're a woman,
like most women, prior to cheating on your husband you always proclaimed yourself to be "not the type"
who would ever cheat. However, also like most women, after
they have cheated, you're shocked and appalled by your behavior; but at the same time you can't stop cheating
. How women END marriages. Find out the four "Stages" women move through before divorcing their husbands.
Women's relationships and marriages have been following the same pattern for a long time, and they will continue to follow this pattern unless we develop an accurate understanding of females -- particularly in regard to their sexuality. After researching female infidelity for over ten years, I can honestly say that many of our societal beliefs about females are grossly distorted and some are completely erroneous.
Unfortunately, society's preoccupation with male infidelity and male commitment issues has and continues to keep a light from being shined too closely on female infidelity and female commitment issues.
The media has finally begun to acknowledge, albeit to a small degree, the widespread problem of female infidelity.
But to be clear, female infidelity is one of the most prevalent problems that couples are facing today in their relationships.
People who write and speak on the subject of why women cheat often regurgitate outdated information or intentionally leave out basic information because it's not politically correct to talk about women's true sexual nature. However, without these missing pieces of information, it's impossible to understand, and to subsequently fix, many of the real problems that couples are facing today in their relationships. My story:
Shortly after my 27th birthday, I began to feel very different. I had been happily married for 4 years and then, suddenly out of nowhere, I began feeling bored and unhappy. In an attempt to figure out what was causing my unhappiness, I looked for answers in books, tried to talk to my mother and eventually went to see a psychologist. All of the information I received attributed the way I was feeling to my husband, and similar to the majority of women, I began to view my husband as the culprit too. Currently, women are initiating 70 - 75% of all divorces
Later, through my own research, I discovered that what I was experiencing was quite normal. In fact, women are the most likely to divorce in their late twenties and thirties after an average of 4 years of marriage. During this time, it's quite common for women to experience a pre-midlife crisis, which is similar to the male midlife crisis, only with an important difference - a difference that can actually make women more likely to cheat than men. The "stages
" that women often experience during the course of their long-term relationships
Several years into my research I was able to identify distinctive patterns and behaviors in the women I interviewed. I categorized these into four separate "stages" that women often experience during the course of their long-term relationships. The stages begin with a loss of sexual desire