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Truth about Cheating: Why Men Stray and What You Can Do to Prevent It

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7 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

This is the real deal

I personally experienced my husband getting into a relationship with a woman he worked very closely with. She is 12 years younger than I am and worshiped the ground he walked on. She would stand very close to him and flirted with him constantly. she followed him ever...
I personally experienced my husband getting into a relationship with a woman he worked very closely with. She is 12 years younger than I am and worshiped the ground he walked on. She would stand very close to him and flirted with him constantly. she followed him everywhere. He is a very generous man and I never dreamed he would ever cheat on me. He is a good man and is known for his integrity, kindness and generosity. He is the ceo of the company and this young woman was able to get many things from him. she is quite clever and had my husband not knowing what he was doing. I told him he could leave but he didn't want to. This happened a year ago and everything the author says was happening but I never thought twice. Now that is all I think about and they still work together. he still cares a great deal for her. he comes home early now and calls me everyday but I don't think I will ever get over this. Even if I had read this book before this I don't think I would have heeded the warning. When you trust someone 100% no one can convince you otherwise. Its too bad there are so many amoral opportunistic types out there.

posted by 168348 on October 20, 2008

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6 out of 8 people found this review helpful.

It's always the woman's fault

I do not agree with this book. Why is it always the woman that has to make the man feel better.. Women are out there working and caring for their children, houses, chores, and their husbands. Where is the appreciation for them????? Man up!!!!!!!

posted by Anonymous on September 18, 2008

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  • Posted November 27, 2008

    It's always the woman's fault ???? :(

    I agree with Anonymous. Man up! Only a man would write a book which blames a man's weakness on his wife. It is never okay to cheat on your spouse...man or woman. I personally know what it is like to have your husband cheat on you. I did nothing to cause him to do this. I have always supported and encouraged him and LOVED him. Even he admits that none of it was my fault, but was his fault and extremely bad judgment and the forwardness of a woman who doesn't honor the code of her sister women.

    2 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 21, 2008

    partners

    I like what Anonymous wrote. It takes two. The one thing is,there may be a emotional block in one partner that keeps them from giving their partner their total attentin.If possibel they both can confide openly to their partner for them to have patience with them & work it out,this would be very helpful.I know of such person who is having difficulty with their partner,yet this partner isnt LISTENING to the other as he/she is asking for help of understanding. Well say the one partner had been molested & is asking for help with some sort of sexual part as they are unable to perform. Their partner should help & understand that it bothers their partner even though it IS NOT this partners fault for what took place. So why cant this partner help theirs.??They need understanding &<BR/>patience. Yet I know this couple & one partner is mad about NOT getting what they want & goes around telling all of their love life ,this is their way of getting back,instead of helping,so this just makes it worse,then the partner want to know why their partner has attitude towards them.To me this is not right.Just understand & have patience.Just because you r not able to do one little sexual thing,look at what u can do.The man is like a little boy,wont listen but needs ur ful attention.He feels that he knows what to do & how it should be.His partner needs same.Yet he doesnt take time to listen to what she says.

    2 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 22, 2011

    Ridiculous

    So now its a wife's responsibility to "prevent" her husbands poor choices? Give me a break. Save your money.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 15, 2014

    Men cheat if they can get away with it

    One guy told me his fiance ok'd his cheating (he wanted to experience more before he settled down with her)

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    Posted February 13, 2009

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