Why Men Cheat

black-man-cheating-378x304This might sting a little a ladies, but good advice. Check it.

You want to know why men cheat? Because women don’t do their jobs.

Women get married, and then clock out. Not all women, but there are a fair number of women out there completely unaware that their husbands are hiring prostitutes or sleeping with someone from the office.

When these women do find out their husbands are cheating they are devastated, and understandably so. The sanctity of their marriage is shattered. Loyalty and trust are out the window. Can they forgive? Will they forgive? Some believe in “death do us part,” so stay in a marriage marred by betrayal, while others stay for the children or because being alone sounds like a more miserable existence.

I am not claiming that all women are responsible for their husbands’ indiscretions. Some men are not meant for monogamy, and no matter what their wives look like or do for them they will cheat. These men should never pretend that they want to be married. It is unfair to the women that fall victim to their lies.

The cheating men I am referring to in this article are overall good men. Men who work hard, provide for their families, and just want their wives to do their jobs.

What is a woman’s job in a marriage? Women should be feminine, sexy, loving, gentle, supportive, and appreciative. This means greeting your man when he gets home from work. It means listening to his boring work stories like you care, and validating what you heard with a, “Yes, that does sound frustrating,” or “Good for you for standing up for your coworker. You’re a good man.”

Is that too old fashioned for you? Too circa 1955 ‘The Good Wife’s Guide from Housekeeping Monthly’? Go ahead and call me old fashioned, but I am sticking to my guns on this.

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