I don't believe any excuse at all. They cheat (man OR woman) because they are weak. It takes a stronger person to stand up and do whats right than to "sneak around" like they are single. My answer to this question? Every single time it will be WEAKNESS! If you want to "cheat" end the relationship or marriage you are currently in first. Most don't do it, because it's to much like right, and they would rather see how much they can get away with. I would never be with somebody that has "cheated". If he/she did it to somebody else, they will do it to you..............REGARDLESS of what they say, or what you think.
When there are regular fights at home, the man is most likely to cheat. Some men also find the routine of a married life tedious and dull, so they venture out for some excitement. Others love to experiment and so they cheat. See the other reasons on articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2013-04-01/man-woman/29781079_1_marriage-men-dr-kamal-khurana.
I don't know why most men cheat but some cheat because they are selfish and feel they are entitled to what they want. I believe it has very little or nothing to do with the one they are cheating on. It is a character flaw of the cheater whether they are male or female.
It's easy to cheat with girls tossing them selves at guys non-stop. But it's hard to stay faithful with temptation right around every turn. It's a choice by him or her. With the way things are girls being BI and guys being BI and Sex all over the place every day every where it's a whole other level of excitement that everyone wants to be apart of and not miss out on. We have become obsessed with enjoyment of all kinds from the energy drinks we consume to the naughty books we read. We all indulge ether openly or secretly. And yes men have a breeding gene that makes us want to have lots of babies with many females. Think about it "Cave man genes!" <----- Kill things to feed our family, defend our woman and kids from other males, build shelters to house our loved ones, breed with woman to keep the human race going. <----- No that is right I don't see anything about a marriage gene.
As a married man... I've never cheated... But I have cheated before marriage, and although I was upfront about my cheating I was showed no compassion for the honesty (which is understandable) But after the pain I caused her I spent many long hard hours thinking what led to that... Over the years marriage has become a passion of mine to study. I wish to be a marriage counselor still. In my opinion... a married man cheats for the same reason a married woman cheats. Routine. A married couple develops a Routine, after so long that routine becomes old and boring, as does anything repeated several times. Sex becomes stale, kissing becomes old, hugs become worthless. And although men cheat 80% more than women do only because women are generally better at commitment than men and can handle long-term goals/relationships/commitments better. So the reason Married men cheat is technically Boredom. Everything is great in the beginning of every relationship because it is new and exciting. But when it gets old, cheating begins. Try changing up your routine a bit, think of something new. Cut him off from sex and foreplay for a month. I hate this myself but teasing is useful. Good luck :)
well, he could get feelings for a co-worker at work, then pretend to go on business trips, but really go to a hotel with the women and sleep with her. if they get serious, he will divorce his wife who did not have a clue about what was going on
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Well, first of all, lets be clear that it is unacceptable in God's eyes for a man or a woman to cheat, no matter what the reasoning is! (Exodus 20:14)
There are many reasons why a person may feel a desire to cheat. It could be that one or both are feeling unloved. (Eph. 5:25) Lack of communication. (Prov. 15:23, 28) Or lack of sexual gratification. (1 Cor. 7:3-6) There are many reasons why men and women cheat, but there are avenues to keep this from happening.
We can turn to the one who originated the marriage arrangement, Jehovah God. (Gen. 2:22-25) To the wives Jehovah says: "Let wives be in subjection to their husbands as to the Lord, because a husband is head of his wife as the Christ is head of the congregation." (Eph. 5:22, 23) To the husbands Jehovah says: "Husbands ought to be loving their wives as their own bodies. He who loves his wife loves himself, for no man ever hated his own flesh; but he feeds and cherishes it, as the Christ also does the congregation." If we follow this scriptural counsel found in God's word the Bible, we can have a successful, peaceful, happy marriage. (Rom.12:9, 17; 1 Cor. 7:1, 2; Heb. 13:4; )