Women cheat on their husbands out of love and a desire to save their marriages, according to a new book. She found that, for many of the women, the choice to cheat was not a spontaneous one - but one made out of necessity. Rather than giving in to sexual urges with men other than their husbands for fun, the majority of women Walker spoke to said they seek sexual relationships outside of their marriages because they are not having their physical needs met by their husbands and feel this is the only way to save their marriage. Some revealed decade-long dry spells led them in search of orgasms elsewhere - with the only other option being to leave their husbands. You can find our Community Guidelines in full here.
I've been a freelance writer for a long time. One of my favorite topics is the complicated one of human relationships. This is a very challenging situation. You'll be asking yourself many questions, including, "How do I cope with the emotions involved? Do I believe she will leave her husband for me? But, first, let's look at an example. Example Relationship: Stu and Angela got together two years ago.
Most married folks like to pretend extramarital affairs just don't happen — or at least not in their houses. But the sad truth is affairs do happen. They're a lot more common than you might think, and women are almost just as likely to step out on their relationship as their male counterparts.
An affair is a romantic and emotionally intense sexual or emotional relationship with someone other than your spouse or partner. Generally, affairs do not last long though there are exceptions and occur between two people who are not married or otherwise committed to one another. Sex may or may not be involved in an affair, and cyber affairs can happen between two people who may never even meet one another. Typically, an affair is considered a betrayal of trust.