Mistakes Men Often Make Which Drive Their Women To Cheat On Them
On 2nd June 2018
Guys tend to be guilty of committing a lot of mistakes in their relationships on consistent bases. A woman is likely to cheat on a man when she feels like the relationship lacks a sense of emotional intimacy. Here are the reasons which drive the women to cheat.
He always put himself first in the relationship.
A selfish person won't care about your feelings and will keep hurting you. Being selfish in a romantic relationship can really affect the dynamic between you and your partner. It can cause resentment and animosity. When you’re with a quality partner, your happiness matters just as much as hers.
He put no effort
Money can’t buy happiness, and it certainly can’t buy love either. Love isn’t a Nicholas Sparks novel because in real life, relationships last because you work for it. The effort was never about the material things. The effort is how loved and valued you make them feel, whether you’re together or apart. Unfortunately, there can be such situations when men do not understand that they need to put some effort and just take everything for granted.
He doesn't listen to her because of narcissism
The essence of a narcissistic way of being in the word is a stance of "I know best" so "Your perspective is not worth listening to." When they do listen, they listen to dismiss or show what's wrong with what others say instead of to take in new information.
Lying or evasiveness
Living a life of duplicity that involves lying and betraying someone will make most people feel very uncomfortable. If your partner lies directly to your face and seems plausible, most people will find it difficult to believe that anyone could have that much front so are more likely to accept the lie, but there will be a gut instinct that tells you not to trust them.
Loss of physical closeness due to death, divorce, and illness is also an emotional abandonment. It also happens when our emotional needs aren’t being met in the relationship — including in our relationship with ourselves.
Psychotherapist and relationship expert Rhonda Richards-Smith, LCSW, said:
"The urge to cheat can often emerge when women feel emotionally abandoned. The physical presence of a partner is never enough to sustain a healthy, satisfying relationship. It is imperative that couples communicate their needs and expectations regularly as these can change over time. Instead of making assumptions or hoping your partner can read your mind, initiate a direct conversation about the emotional needs that are not being met."