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Understanding Women and Cheating

Updated on January 31, 2015

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Understanding cheating among women

Cheating is a complex activity because when you cheat, you also tell a lie and be deceptive. What comprises cheating? it might be physical (one night stand), emotional cheating (internet, flirting). You cheat when you are in a committed relationship and you know that your partner doesn’t like what you're doing and you still doing it. A case in point is when your partner doesn’t approve of you chatting with other women and you still do it, then that’s it. Agreement and talking what is admissible to your partner is important. In short, respect should be there always. Talking about your problem with your partner is very important at the very start so as your partner will avoid seeking comfort in others arms. The whole gamut of the definition of cheating is wide and it needs another article just to define it, but in my opinion cheating is cheating is cheating and there’s no justification for it.

Understanding women who cheat

Human behavior is a factor of the five basic social institution, family, education, religion, community, economy. It has been said that we are a product of the society in which we live in. Very crucial are the circumstances in which we were raised, moral values in the family, the community in which we live in, and factoring the economy, we are a by product of the current mode of production, meaning as society becomes more industrialized, people become more technologically advance and it does indeed promote cheating because of the easier mode of communication like cell phone, internet etc. Cheating becomes tantamount to just clicking your fingers. It becomes faster and easy. Experiences in life plays a major factor in the way we think, react or behave. On the other hand, since we are in full control of our own behavior, we can avoid cheating. Cheating is very destructive form of behavior which shakes the foundation of a relationship (issues of trust). Sometimes, it cannot survive it, but true love prevails and it understand and stand the test of times.

In the recent decade, there is an increase on cheating on the part of women comparing to men. In the past, it has been said that there are more men who are cheating than women. If this is true, then we may ask the question, whom are the men cheating with? Of course women, dummy. Whatever the reasons for cheating, it can never be justified, some would say “you can never tell unless you’re in their situation“. Many people will not agree to this statement. As human beings we always try to be good, whatever obstacles and problems we have during the course of life, we have the will to change it, we may never change what in the past, we can change the way we look at it. Surely we can look at it in a positive way.

Mostly, we want to know why do women cheat because women in our society still is considered the caretaker of the family. They are still the major nurturer of children and once they are emotionally challenged and they cheat, the whole foundation of family crumbles.


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