Some Men Don’t Cheat On Their Wives Because They Don’t Have Money. Do You Agree With This?
Women might be forgiven for wondering if every married man these days is cheating on his wife, no matter who he is, the man can be a politician, movie star, CEO, cleric, or athlete of any stature.
The public display of high-profile infidelity suggests that many husbands have lost their moral compass and have cravenly adopted the motto, “A man will always be a man.”
Everyone understands why men cheat. Everyone believes they are knowledgeable. The theory goes as follows: Men — not all of them, but a significant number of them.
Once they’ve created this self-serving, pseudo-scientific rationalization, it’s simple to come up with additional justifications for infidelity. Their wives are no longer in love with them. After the children were born, the sex disappeared. The thrill has worn off.
When they are brutally honest, they may come clean and admit to meeting someone younger. It could be with someone who is better-looking, richer, and younger, or better-looking and richer. With whom the sex is fantastic. This brings us back to the original point, which is that many men cheat.
Our natural instinct is to believe that faithful men adore their wives, are blissfully happy in their relationships, and would never dream of deceiving their wives.
However, a lot of women believe that the main reason why some don’t cheat is because they don’t money. Do you agree with this assertion? Let’s discuss.
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