Unspoken Rule: Cheating Women are Lucky to Be Alive

Times have changed, and in most places a guy can’t legally get away with putting a bullet in his cheating wife’s head, but a surprising number do so anyway.

Much like I’ve encountered when attempting to convince women to exercise and learn self defense, there seems to be a chasm between women’s perception of the facts of life, and the realities of life.  The world owes no human being on this earth anything.  Not one thing.  Not another breath, and definitely not mercy in response to betrayal.  If you get it, it’s only because of luck.  Don’t push your luck.

As a polyamory friendly person, I debated with myself as to whether or not to post this little tidbit and the last on cheating men.  I decided to go ahead and do it because truly polyamorous people are a minority.  Even they prefer honesty, and take being betrayed very seriously.   People trying to justify their continued existence often point to the polyamorous as an example of why cheating isn’t so bad, but we are not a good example.  Wanting for one’s sister what one wants for one’s self, as Muslims would word it, is not the same as being okay with him screwing every whore in town and risking his wives’ health.  Besides, from a PUA perspective, doing a bunch of women who just want the money is a “false alpha” behavior.  One wants to create the illusion of being wanted by many women, without doing the work to get the social pull which would get one the needed ego boost without having to have the sex…but I digress.

What year it is, and women’s rights are irrelevant in this.  I’m talking about how a man feels about being cheated on.  No matter what he says, he wants to kill or maim you if you do that.  That’s his natural reaction.  If you’re not dead, it’s only because he doesn’t want to deprive his children of their mother and/or he doesn’t think you’re worth life in prison.

So before you get carried away by the moment, and you can’t find it in you to think about the good man you have at home, consider that even good people have limits.  If you cross them, you’re taking your life into your hands.

…and if you have done it and survived, and you wonder why you’re not getting what you wanted out of the divorce, it’s because every time he hears your voice or gets anything from your lawyer, a tiny voice inside him is wishing you were dead.  Be a dear and remind him of your existence as infrequently as possible.

About Mamasan

I'm a multifaith spiritual counselor with lots of experience assisting people with improving their relationships. Feel free to comment on the site or contact me if you have an issue you'd rather discuss privately.

2 Comments

  1. Amen to that.

    “…he doesn’t think you’re worth life in prison.”

    This is truly how I felt when it happened, the only way for a lover not to feel this way is if they do not care enough.

    When you sink that much time, money, and emotion into a relationship, tis a natural reaction.

  2. This post brings tears to my eyes! For once i feel sympathy and not blame from the female population fro my exes cheating on me…

    Thank you

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