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He flirts with other women and disregards his wife's feelings

Updated on April 12, 2018
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A marriage is a commitment

He flirts with other woman in front of his wife this shows no respect.

Why do most married men flirt with other women when with, or without their wives in public places?

It is a bad feeling for the wife when her husband flirts with other women, but the husband doesn’t respect that of his wife.

Whether together or not, flirting causes many issues in a marriage or a relationship.

She pretends it doesn’t bother her and tries to overlook this behavior.

This type of behavior can ruin a good marriage.

A humiliating emotion comes over her and she tries to smile to make it look as if everything is okay.

She is learning something new about her husband, and each time she knows he has flirted with some woman, or sees it her feelings are blown away with pain.

If this woman says anything it would make her husband think she is insecure about their marriage.

Sometimes, a man just wants to show he still has his cool image.

He feels confident and good about himself when he flirts with other woman.

When she starts to talk about his flirting behavior he gets defensive.

He flirts with the coworker, and hasn’t introduced the coworker to his wife.

Most men are not affected by such experiences as women are affected by it.

He just wants his wife to understand him and his behavior.

Trust is major in a marriage to understand everything about your lifetime partner.

I know that there is no perfect relationship, and in such times one has to focus on what a couple has between them.

She doesn’t want her man to change but to at least consider her feelings.

A great father and husband he is, but his flirting gets in the way.

Such situations in a marriage can make a woman feel insecure, threatened, and undesirable.

Try to see this as small behavior and convince yourself that it is not worth arguing for in your marriage.

He is not a cheater and hasn’t overstepped those boundaries.

Avoid negative thinking instead add positive energy to conversations.

This will increase good habits and control those weaknesses in you.

The choices you make affects you for the rest of your life.

Show him you love him and that will make him see you are special.

What happens when he flirts with other woman behind your back?

It is disrespectful in both ways, behind your back or in front of you.

Is he committed to his wife when flirts with other women?

Marriage is accepting flaws with spouses and sometimes you wonder how much of everything is too much in your marriage?

He never compliments his wife but compliments other women.

His behavior has changed in certain ways when at home.

It is difficult to accuse him and talk about his flirting habits that makes him angry.

The woman has realized more now than before about her husband’s behavior.

Off-course men are no perfect than women are.

Unless couples learn how to create love in their own homes, there is no need to feel threatened by the other person pulling him away from you.

First work on your own behaviors and set your heart free.

When you have true love there is no need for such behaviors.

As a life time partners you must protect each other from hurt.

Open flirting hurts her, and humiliates her. She feels embarrassed when her husband flirts with the coworker, or other women.

Women and men flirt but when they overstep boundaries it becomes cheating.

Do you think he should be flirting?

Is he lacking something in his marriage?

If he lights up when he sees his coworker in public places should that be a red flag?

It works for men and women when it comes to the flirting behaviors.

In this case, it is about a man flirting with the coworker,and his wife loves him unconditionally.

He doesn’t respect his wife's feelings when he flirts without giving his rude behavior a second thought.

How does flirting affect any partner?

When he flirts it means he is still looking the other way, and not much in your way.

He is taking time away from his marriage to flirt with other women.

No flirting with his wife just needs her for his comforts.

Her feelings don’t matter.

Start doing more good than harm in your marriage.

A wake up call allows you to see how you can heal your marriage.

Take advantage of this and heal from it.

At a vulnerable state you feel destroyed but come out of that naturally. After all, hurt makes you stronger.

Anger sets in and you want to run from it but you can’t when you are in love with only one person.

No one just gives up their marriage for flirting when you can work it out.

There is no regard for her feelings and she has to accept this in her marriage.

Is she good enough for him?

Why the new interest when you are married?

You learn from such lessons.

It is called a lesson learned in your marriage that opens your mind to how cruel people can be toward you.

In a marriage you make each other feel special not to undermine each other.

Loyalty and love is showed in a solid marriage.

He is weak and less confident and flirting gives him a thrill.

It is how he got to marry her in the first place, right!

Some men deny their flirting behaviors and don't see their behaviors as inappropriate.

Regardless of your gender, it is disrespectful to your partner to behave in such a manner.

When any gender seeks the attention of another while married, or in a relationship it shows they have a low self-esteem.

Such individuals are constantly on the lookout for attention from other women.

It is normal to feel jealousy when your husband flirts with other women. There is no doubt about that.

The problem arises when one loses faith in each other.

The most important is to be friendly and not flirty when you married and committed in a relationship.

Arguing and blaming shouldn’t be part of your plan.

Encourage your conversations in a positive manner.

Your concern shouldn’t be of how pretty the coworker more of how a coworker reacts to your husband’s flirtatious acts.

It started with the husband’s coworker.

The few telephone calls concerning work lead to more than one call a day.

When the husband has a free day from work they are still in contact.

The suspicion increased when the husband promised the coworker, he will stop by at the workplace to tell her goodbye before his trip away for a week.

While on holiday with his wife he telephoned the coworker. Each time he telephones the coworker he slyly makes an excuse for that call.

When the husband is questioned about this behavior, he becomes defensive in his answers.

A changed behavior in the husband makes the wife wiser in her thoughts.

The too casual conversation allows the wife to think otherwise.

On arrival from the trip away, he first telephones his coworker and has a happy conversation.

His laughs with the coworker shows he has a female friend to talk to and be happy with during their working hours. They do have a very good working relationship.

Is this behavior showing that he is slowly falling for his coworker?

He flirts with his coworker and wants to be that person when he is out and about.

A difficult situation for the wife.

She won’t get into deep conversations with her husband about the coworker and his flirting behavior.

The best way is to visit the workplace by surprise.

How can the wife visit the workplace to surprise her husband?

Partners in need of each other

Flirting behaviors are rude

Would you accept your husband's flirting behavior?

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“Hate the sin, love the sinner.”

― Mahatma Gandhi

© 2017 Devika Primić

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    • DDE profile imageAUTHOR

      Devika Primić 

      8 months ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

      Rajan Singh Jolly you are so right! Thank you very much for stopping by.

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      Rajan Singh Jolly 

      8 months ago from From Mumbai, presently in Jalandhar,INDIA.

      Marriage needs commitment from both partners and flirting when in a relationship is being disrespectful. It is a strict no-no.

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      Devika Primić 

      8 months ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

      Hi Dora, you as right!"Why the new interest when you are married?" Thank you for sharing your views here.

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      Dora Weithers 

      8 months ago from The Caribbean

      "Why the new interest when you are married?" That's my question. Like I always say, "A married man is not a candidate for any special friendship with a single woman." Thy both need some discipline.

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      Devika Primić 

      8 months ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

      FlourishAnyway, thank you for sharing your comment. He flirts in front of his wife and behind her back.

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      Devika Primić 

      8 months ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

      Linda Crampton, I so agree with you. Thank you.

    • DDE profile imageAUTHOR

      Devika Primić 

      8 months ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

      Madan, I understand your point of view. Thank you for sharing that.

    • DDE profile imageAUTHOR

      Devika Primić 

      8 months ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

      Hari Prasad S, Thank you for comments. Always appreciated.

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      Devika Primić 

      8 months ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

      Eric Dierker, ''But if your man was my brother in law. He would get a serious whooping.'' He is not my man. Thank you for sharing your opinion here. Appreciate it.

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      Devika Primić 

      8 months ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

      Bill Holland, so kind of you to stop by here. I appreciate your comment. Flirting can destroy a good marriage. ''His actions are unacceptable!'' Well said!

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      FlourishAnyway 

      8 months ago from USA

      Oh, no he doesn't flirt in front of his wife or behind her back. That lady needs to have a come-to-Jesus meeting with that man.

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      Linda Crampton 

      8 months ago from British Columbia, Canada

      I think that the flirting that you describe is completely unacceptable, as Bill says. A man should respect his wife, just as she should respect him. Flirting is definitely not respectful.

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      Madan 

      8 months ago from Abu Dhabi

      Devika, good article but man is built different from a woman and so is the fact that by nature a man is not monogamous.

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      Hari Prasad S 

      8 months ago from Bangalore

      Devika, Quite a comprehensive article with a bit of fictional component has made it a great read.

      A tiny prose on it ...

      In a well arranged buffet, called marriage,

      a distasteful dish called flirt, can causes miscarriage.

      - Hari

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      Eric Dierker 

      8 months ago from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A.

      This is very interesting. Why would a man do anything that hurts his wife. Shoot I find myself doing the craziest things just so she is happy.

      But sometimes I find myself flirting with women. Mostly 70 and above. Too often their beauty is ignored. My wife's grandma who lived to 105 loved me flirting with her at around 100. She always threatened my wife that if she did not treat me right she would steal me from her.

      So I think if it is done well flirting has purpose.

      But if your man was my brother in law. He would get a serious whooping.

      Thanks for the great write.

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      Bill Holland 

      8 months ago from Olympia, WA

      It's time for a summit meeting about that marriage. His actions are unacceptable!

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