I'm not sure if it's a case that girls are "better" at cheating or if it's a lot of guys are so self-centered or take girls for granted and ignore "red flags". The number one thing that causes suspicion of cheating is when your mate's known habits or behavior (changes).
Some people just "roll with it" and others (question it) or look for an explanation. In order to catch someone cheating you must suspect they're cheating or at least (feel) that "something" isn't right.
Over 75% of all relationship books, articles, and magazines are read or purchased by women. This would suggest they don't take relationships for granted as much as men do.
no it works both ways and it seems like that because we are in different points of views. both girls and boys are equal.
by princessxD6 years ago
is it true that girls are more mature than guys?
by curlytree20098 years ago
Who do you think cheats the most?Guys? or Girls?
by esllr6 years ago
Leave The Bad Girl that rocked their world for the good girl that would make a better wife?The grass is always greener on the other side. I am just curous to how many were in this predicament and retified it.
by Steven Escareno6 years ago
Since I've been on hubpages and doing various research on movies that are fixing to come out and such, I noticed something highly strange that I never thought of before until now. Online, I notice all these users...
by LadyTwizzelton6 years ago
There are so many beautiful girls who are single especially in the big city of Los Angeles. My friends are models, actors and rich and yet they are single. My friends and I all noticed we are called the sweet girls and...
by ngureco3 months ago
I want to teach my cheating husband a lesson by leaving him for 4 weeks but I am afraid?I am afraid another lady my jump in to fill the vacuum so created by my absence. What do you think?
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