Cheating: How to Do It Right – A Guide For Women

With 68 percent of men and 52 percent of women admitting to having had affairs, infidelity is neither rare nor new. Still, it is such as widely shunned topic and an even more highly misunderstood act of desperation. One that’s so easy for us all to judge as immoral and wrong until we are in the position where our own relationships leave us feeling neglected or unappreciated. Then all our personal reasons and justifications come to surface and cheating appears as a plausible solution to our otherwise unsatisfying predicament (for more on this, read the upcoming book “The Allure of Infidelity – Understanding Why Most of Us Cheat and What We Seek from Our Affairs”).

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Cheating: How to Do It Right – A Guide For Women

With 68 percent of men and 52 percent of women admitting to having had affairs, infidelity is neither rare nor new. Still, it is such as widely shunned topic and an even more highly misunderstood act of desperation. One that’s so easy for us all to judge as immoral and wrong until we are in the position where our own relationships leave us feeling neglected or unappreciated. Then all our personal reasons and justifications come to surface and cheating appears as a plausible solution to our otherwise unsatisfying predicament (for more on this, read the upcoming book “The Allure of Infidelity – Understanding Why Most of Us Cheat and What We Seek from Our Affairs”).

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The Allure of Infidelity: Understanding Why Most of Us Cheat and What We Seek from Our Affairs

When it comes to the discussion of infidelity, we have a habit of rushing to conclude who’s the victim and who’s the perpetrator. We’re quick to shame the one who’s strayed and pity the one who was last betrayed. Where does this lead? To the all too familiar and over-played blame-game. The game of ego-driven judgement, division and ultimately no understanding of the one ideal that’s most highly regarded by marriage and yet is the most commonly broken – monogamy.

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The Allure of Infidelity: Understanding Why Most of Us Cheat and What We Seek from Our Affairs

When it comes to the discussion of infidelity, we have a habit of rushing to conclude who’s the victim and who’s the perpetrator. We’re quick to shame the one who’s strayed and pity the one who was last betrayed. Where does this lead? To the all too familiar and over-played blame-game. The game of ego-driven judgement, division and ultimately no understanding of the one ideal that’s most highly regarded by marriage and yet is the most commonly broken – monogamy.

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The Power of Self-Love for Permanent Weight Loss

On average we spend about 26 years of our life dieting. We try one extreme diet after another only to shoot our metabolism in the foot and end up heavier than when we started and more frustrated than ever. The result with time is that our confidence plummets along side the belief that we are destined to be fat. Luckily, nothing could be further from the truth. You are not destined to be fat and your cause is not one that’s lost.

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The Power of Self-Love for Permanent Weight Loss

On average we spend about 26 years of our life dieting. We try one extreme diet after another only to shoot our metabolism in the foot and end up heavier than when we started and more frustrated than ever. The result with time is that our confidence plummets along side the belief that we are destined to be fat. Luckily, nothing could be further from the truth. You are not destined to be fat and your cause is not one that’s lost.

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