Married cheaters not ‘ keepers’
Q-I’m a female, single for four years. I’ve been on many dating websites and find that most single men my age (50) want someone much younger.
Those who are interested in me, turn out to be married.
I got tired of the b.s. so I went to a popular cheating website where the truth is in the open.
I have good friends, enjoy travel, all I really miss is sex. For me, nostrings-attached sex isn’t so bad.
It’s very hard to find someone to keep.
Men are fickle and like to move on, despite that I can be a hostess, I’m pretty sexy, great in bed, etc.
I ask men why they cheat. Some say they’re estranged from their wives, or that their wives don’t want sex anymore.
I don’t know if it’s true. BUT LOTS OF GUYS CHEAT FOR THE THRILL.
A-Your findings may be accurate… but skewed, since you’re on a website promoting adultery.
Fortunately for most marriages, a higher percentage of married women and men don’t cheat.
According to figures in the Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, some 22 percent of men and 14 percent of women will cheat on their spouses at least once during their marriage. So 78% are apparently not cheating.
Meanwhile, many dating websites offer so much choice that women and men alike initially go for superficial traits.
Both focus on looks, men seek younger women, while women seek successful men.
Yet studies show that the majority of couples still meet through traditional dating methods - through friends, at a coffee shop, restaurant, or bar.
My point? Married men may be providing sex. But that’s it.
No real intimacy, no keepers… you yourself feel that’s lacking.
It’s worth a try to inform friends that you’d like to meet someone unattached who’s ready for dating an active, attractive, sexy, mature woman.
TIP OF THE DAY
If you hope to one day find a “keeper” relationship, dating married cheaters distracts from openness and opportunities.