5 reasons women cheat

By Miss Kes

Friday, September 22, 2017

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It is believed by many that only men cheat, but studies have shown that women are also culprits. The difference between men and women is that a man will cheat for no reason, but it takes a lot for a woman to cheat. This is simply because of the emotional attachment that is involved when a woman cheats.

Below are five reasons why she will.

1. He lies

Women can sense a lie a mile away. Gentlemen, if you are always feeding her lies, eventually she is going to get tired and find someone who will feed her the truth.

2. No romance

 A woman loves to be pursued even after being in a relationship. Women desire to stay relevant and wanted. Gentlemen, you must invest your creativity and your money to ensure your woman feels special. For this reason, it is best to have one woman. Buy your woman some sexy underwear, buy her candy and have it delivered to her office with a huge bouquet. If you won't sweep her off her feet, she will fantasize about it and act on it.

3. Unemotional, non-responsive

 If you are always in this serious mode where you can't relate on an emotional level with your woman, she is going to get frustrated. If she shares something with you that affects her and you pass it off like you don't care or it is not that important, she will find someone else who will listen.

 4. Selfish

 A real man knows that his woman is a priority. If you are a miser, stay away from a relationship. Even if a woman is independent, she needs a man who will still take care of her.

 5. Too busy to give loving

Every woman loves attention. If you are not finding time to spend with her, to romance her, to take her out, she will eventually move to someone who will.




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