“Why do men cheat?” from girlfriends crying on my shoulder to strangers asking me for advice. I let that question preserve and shaped a question from that query.
“Why do girls get heartbroken…when their men cheat?” I’m not sure what your definition is of cheating is, but to me cheating on me is when you are involved in an emotional/mental/intellectual connection/relationship with someone else. I’m not condoning getting physical with other women when you are with me, but I do recognize that some men can’t hold out. They NEED it, and sometime I’m just not around, therefore if Joanne wants to suck my man's dick when I’m a different time zone, she can go ahead and do so.
Before you point a finger and call me crazy you must try to grasp how I grew up. I was exposed to dishonesty/deceit at a very young age, unfortunately it made me strongly accept that the majority of men cheat and like my mother, the majority of women get heartbroken. To be completely honest with you, I’m not sure if I have ever been cheated on.
Have I ever caught a boyfriend cheating on me? No
Have I asked if they have cheated on me? No
Do I want to know? Hell no
I don’t think that cheating is right; I actually think it’s very weak, but I don’t think we have control over it . Don't get me wrong tho, as soon as my womanly instinct kicks me in the gut, I'm out.
Back to the question I got from the original question, why is it that most women destroy to pieces when they are faced with such a misfortune. It’s because the majority of women are emotional, love hard, care and when physically involved with ONE person, all plus more is positioned into that specific relationship, sadly but strongly believing that it’s mutual.
If women moved the same way some men do: have one main, some side pieces/jump offs whose faces are sat on and given the wrong number; would hearts still be broken?
Side note: Seeing Eye for eye and tooth for tooth is not the answer, and this doesn’t apply to women who are married because that’s whole new level of commitment.