Why Women Stay with Cheating Men
Gossipers love to gossip about men who are cheating on their wives or girlfriends. Others pity a woman whose partner commits infidelity. So why do women remain with men who have affairs with other women? It’s because of these four reasons: low self-esteem, fear of being alone, money, and karma from past lives. Let’s go over each of these dilemmas.
Maybe they’re a product of their family or society’s environment? However, women tend to have more issues with their self-esteem than men. A woman with low self-worth energy attracts men who have superiority/inferiority complexes, are domineering, and receive an ego boost by bedding as many women as possible.
Women with low self-esteem tend to have problems with self-love, establishing boundaries, and standing up for themselves; therefore, they accept unacceptable behavior.
Fear of Being Alone
Sadly, these women also have symptoms of low self-esteem, which is why they’re afraid to be in their own company, and need to focus on a man instead of themselves. A woman who is afraid of being alone will do anything to keep her man happy, regardless of whether or not it is degrading herself or not.
Afraid of being alone keeps women stuck in a loveless relationship or with cheaters; nevertheless, deep down inside, they’re terrified no other man could ever love them for who they are.
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Some women are attached to being a Mrs. and their luxury life styles; therefore, they overlook their husbands or boyfriends infidelities to maintain their social status. A woman who chooses material things over love, may also have low self-esteem and fear of being alone.
In reality, these women don’t have faith in themselves to be able to achieve their present type of lifestyle on their own.
Karma from Past Lives
Perhaps you’re thinking that this is woo-woo nonsense, yet it explains the above three reasons perfectly. If someone was unfaithful in their past life, karma would dictate an experience of being cheated on. Somebody who has been domineering with women (who had low self-worth), spends another life experiencing low self-esteem or fear of being alone could help balance karma. Or if a person spent their life last life as a rich man who constantly cheated on his wife, then he would need to comprehend what his wife went through.
This why we need to stop judging or gossiping about people who have been cheated on. Heck! Let’s just the judgement and gossip! We will never fully understand why others need to experience their lessons, instead focus on overcoming your own issues while learning what you need to. If you discover that you have one or more symptoms of the above four dilemmas – DON”T ignore it. Rather, do something about it by: finding a therapist or coach you feel safe with, journeying within yourself to find the reason of why you put up with unacceptable behavior, beginning to accept this about yourself, starting the forgiveness process, and learning to accept yourself. Please note that you: deserve self-esteem, being comfortable alone, the ability to provide for yourself, and a man who is faithful to you.
Pamela Cummins is a relationship expert who teaches you how to empower yourself to empower your relationships. She is the author of four books, including Psychic Wisdom on Love and Relationships. Learn more at her website www.pamelacummins.com