Why do some women think it is fun to take another women.s husband?
Because they are too lazy to get off their cute little butts and find their own. Then again, if the husband wasn't trying to fool around, he makes an easy target. As always, it takes two to tango. So in reality, she would not be able to take him if he wasn't already looking for way out or at least a "friend with benefits".
If he's already someone else's husband, they don't have to do all the cooking and cleaning for him, they just want to do the fun things and not have any responsibility.
Impulse control , self gratification , immaturity .........just to name a couple . Some people are just too lazy to 'do the work' of maintaining a good relationship with a partner !
Human beings are competitive by nature. People tend to value things that require effort or a challenge to obtain. Those things which are perceived to be in abundance are generally thought of to be less valuable. (dirt, water, salt...etc)
According to many articles and media outlets a "good man" is hard to find. Therefore these types of women that observe a so called "good man" are likely to try to see if there is a chance he is not happy or they can possibly get him for themselves. As opposed to believeing there are other men available just (like him). Nothing is more challenging than taking someone from another person especially if the couple appears to be happy.
Last but not least the (lazy) or (frustration) factor plays a part. These types of women may be tired of the "tricky world of dating" and frustrated with the whole process of finding a "suitable man". They realize they are working with the kind of man they want but he is married, or there is "good man" who is married that lives across the street from them, or they know a 'good man" who is married to one of their acquaintances. Sometimes these women are actual friends of the wives.
In many instances the wives have been (bragging) about how good the man is in bed or how much he adores her. This does nothing but make her man seem all the more valueable in these women's eyes!
Women who intentionally go after the theft of someone's husband, have extremely low self-esteem and a bit of self-loathing...not to mention zero morality. Husband stealers are not content to have a single man fall in love with them. In order to get their rush and make them feel the least bit superior to other women, they must snatch a man from his wife and family. I don't know if they think this is "fun." I would tend to believe it's motivated by selfishness, to attempt to feed their sick egos.
These women also would have to be slightly masochistic, knowing that a man who cheats.......cheats repeatedly...and she will be next to feel the crush.
According to Karl Jung, the husband stealer or home-wrecker corresponds to a certain psychological profile. Most often, she dumps the guy, leaving him high and dry too, and goes after another one.
I don't know why exactly what goes through one's head, but I do know. If they are cheating on their spouse with you and they DO leave their spouse for you. Sooner or later, you become the spouse whose so rotten they HAVE to cheat again, What makes one so special that he/she thinks they will be faithful to them, if they can't be faithful to their spouses. It's called Karma and rotten judgement. I don't blame the person they are cheating with, because they will find someone to cheat with, I blame the person who wears the ring and took the vows. They should get divorced instead of hurting their spouse over and over. Do the right thing and get counseling, or leave if you are that unhappy. Women/men should know these cheaters don't WANT to leave their spouses they just want to get some strange as they say. If I caught my hubby cheating I'd be gone so fast, because I deserve better than lies and alibis.
It is just for the sake of getting jealousy from other women and also to make them feel inferior in keeping pace with their husbands because of which their husband turned to them.
by RealityTalk 5 years ago
Why do so many marriages end in divorceI am curious to hear from those who have gone through a divorce themselves. Why did you divorce your spouse? Why did your spouse divorce you? Do you even know? If the desire for divorce was one-sided, do you as the divorced spouse...
by Jenny Pugh 8 years ago
Why do married men still seek friendship with other women?I have an account in Tagged and I emphasized there that I am married and that I am not going to accept add request for friendship. I explained too that the only reason I keep the account is because it has some sentimental value to me because...
by affairdetector 5 years ago
Having a husband or boyfriend who cheated is a big hit to your self esteem. You begin to doubt your marriage and your ability to make your husband happy or to be enough. And there are tons of old stereotypes which imply that if a man cheats, it’s because his wife doesn’t understand him, he’s...
by ngureco 8 years ago
Why Do Women Go Against The Word Of God And Seek To Preach In Churches? (1 Corinthians 14:34-36)
by JenniOwley 5 years ago
Does anyone know how to get back at the "other woman?"I want a legal way to let everyone know what a whore this woman is that works with my husband.
by John Wilson 6 years ago
How can Hillary be "for" women when her husband is a womanizer who's lied throughout their marriage?I find it odd, that so many women are for Hillary Clinton, when her husband is accused of being a rapist and of having numerous affairs.Hillary always says the accuser is lying, though...
Copyright © 2023 The Arena Media Brands, LLC and respective content providers on this website. HubPages® is a registered trademark of The Arena Platform, Inc. Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners. The Arena Media Brands, LLC and respective content providers to this website may receive compensation for some links to products and services on this website.
Copyright © 2023 Maven Media Brands, LLC and respective owners.
|HubPages Device ID||This is used to identify particular browsers or devices when the access the service, and is used for security reasons.|
|Login||This is necessary to sign in to the HubPages Service.|
|HubPages Traffic Pixel||This is used to collect data on traffic to articles and other pages on our site. Unless you are signed in to a HubPages account, all personally identifiable information is anonymized.|
|Remarketing Pixels||We may use remarketing pixels from advertising networks such as Google AdWords, Bing Ads, and Facebook in order to advertise the HubPages Service to people that have visited our sites.|
|Conversion Tracking Pixels||We may use conversion tracking pixels from advertising networks such as Google AdWords, Bing Ads, and Facebook in order to identify when an advertisement has successfully resulted in the desired action, such as signing up for the HubPages Service or publishing an article on the HubPages Service.|