This, of course, begs the question: Why? Why do men really cheat? And why do they sometimes continue cheating after they’re caught, even in the face of profoundly unwanted consequences like divorce, loss of parental contact, loss of social standing, and the like?
The truth is that all sorts of dynamics can play into a man’s decision to engage in infidelity. Generally, though, his choice to cheat is driven by one or more of the following factors:
Love: Most men cheat because they just love so much they can’t control themselves and sometimes this leads to cheating but he cheats because he a lover.
Honesty: Sometime a man is so honest with another woman it might lead to a sexual encounter with another female.
Emotional: Men try not to show their emotions but like anyone sometimes they need a shoulder to cry on and this may lead to accidental cheating
Accidental: Most men don’t cheat purposely sometimes is accidental forgiving your man for accidentally cheating can help you build a better relationship with your partner.
It’s Your Fault: Most men don’t cheat because they are tempted but pushed by their spouse to cheat you have to look in the mirror and ask yourself what are you doing wrong
It’s your fault Again: He may have undervalued his need for supportive friendships with other men, expecting his social and emotional needs to be met entirely by his significant other. And when she inevitably fails in that duty, he seeks fulfillment elsewhere.
Confusion about Limerence versus Commitment: He might misunderstand the difference between romantic intensity and long-term love, mistaking the neurochemical rush of early romance, technically referred to as limerence, for love, and failing to understand that in healthy, long-term relationships limerence is replaced over time with less intense, but ultimately more meaningful forms of connection.
The moral of this research suggest that men who cheat are the men you need around you if your husband or boyfriend is too honest he’s hiding something from you a man who cheats is open and you know his faults and could help him grow as a person.