Working women are more likely to cheat than stay-at-home moms. It’s partly an opportunity thing; we tend to love the ones we’re with, according to research by Cindy Hazan, Ph.
And they’re most likely to cheat with a coworker, according to the late Shirley Glass, Ph. D., associate professor of human development at Cornell. The highly paid are more likely to cheat, according to National Opinion Research Center data-obviously because they can afford the bar tab.
Do you feel like you’re adequate–doing everything you can, carrying the weight where you feel your partner’s satisfied with you?
They want to reproduce what they felt when they first met their wife.
For them, the solution is needs met but without letting the wife know.” Seku suggests both parties practice being open.
A recent dinner with a past acquaintance has brought me to a place where I now know a conversation on why-I-even-dressed-up-for-a-dinner-with-a-man-I-had-no-idea-was-married-until-we-were-well-into-dessert is very much needed.
I am a 40-something single woman interested in dating single, heterosexual men yet lately I seem to meet more than the usual of those who are Dating While Married (DWM).
Rates of infidelity start to rise among women in their mid-30s after they’ve been married for 7 years, according to infidelity experts.
If you’re feeling as though your marriage is entering rocky territory, read these 7 Ways to Make Your Marriage Last Forever.
Decide if a DWM lifestyle is appropriate for you and your partner, or just you./span Rakhem Seku and his wife Hakashamut Kenya K Stevens are the founders of Juju Mama, LLC, a progressive love movement with workshops and a support network for progressive relating.
Seku says, “Marriage is a great club to belong to say ‘I’m married’ and flash the ring.” He says he meets many men whose “intention is to be exclusive, but it’s not working for them.
I am one who believes monogamy can be fulfilling and successful.