can anyone tell me if you (as a married man) had been in long term relationships with another woman because you 'drawn' to her and sex is great and everything is peachy - when you come back home to your wife - what are you looking for at home? Comfort, routine, old bedroom sleepers that you must have on your feet? What makes you cheat but still be with a woman just because she is your wife? Apparently if you are cheating - your wife doesn't cut it as a sex partner. Or if she is - why are you cheating?
Reading your questions, you seem to already have an answer in mind. I also think it is interesting that you only address this to men who cheat. Women cheat too. I would think the same questions apply to them.
Fri 22 Aug, 2014 08:27 am
I actually think this question is backwards. Humans aren't wired to be with the same person for decades. It isn't at all surprising that people cheat on their long term partners. Humans evolved with a sex drive for a good reason. Looking for other partners is natural.
What is amazing (or should I stay weird) is that there are actually people who don't cheat.
'If the person you have been with for 20 years no longer satisfies you, which do you think is better; divorce or infidelity?'
This actually puts everything I was looking for in one sentence, however I am still wondering what is in men's head when they are all of a sudden flying off their 'husband' handle?
When it is not just a one night stay to get it out of the system, but actual second family. And then they are back to their wives?
I think the Wiki page gives the gist of it, the captain has "the perfect life," tranquil domesticity in Gibraltar, an exciting life with a beautiful girlfriend in Morocco, and the company of men when aboard ship. Of course it all goes wrong.