Dating a man who cheated on his wife
Jenny Good began writing professionally in 2005, offering career- and life-coaching advice online.Good has a technical degree in early childhood education and studied career coaching through Re Career, Inc.This arrangement pretty much meant that he openly cheated on her while she remained faithful to him, hoping that he’d change.She was free to do the same, except she didn’t want to.\n Bring up the topic of cheating these days and the conversation will rage for hours.But there's one aspect nobody ever seems to talk about: What if the person a guy betrayed his wife or girlfriend with isn't some skanky ho.A married man does not want you showing up at his home, says Mark Perry, writing for Health
That is obviously a red flag but doesn't necessarily mean a man's next relationship is doomed.
Women tend to get over cheating more easily than men because women chat to friends, see therapists and try again.
It may have something to do with the biological clock, or come down to the old saying "a problem shared is a problem halved."Women speak an average of 20,000 words per day, whereas men speak an average of 7,000 words per day.
Dating a man who has trust issues can be a challenge.
Women aren't the only one with trust issues, and men aren't the only ones who cheat on their partners.