Now, the new craze is to cheat on your partner to spice up your marriage. That's right, cheat and enrich your marriage. Who knew?
Cheating makes 'better partners,' infidelity guru says
His wife obviously agrees as this picture shows:
Look closely at her eyes, she is so happy about the cheating she can barely contain herself. Every woman must be jealous of her and her progressive husband. Watch the video at the link, then tell me how happy she is about his "business".
"I think people who have affairs are totally misunderstood and for the most part they're people who are suffering. They're really lonely within their own marriage and when you're lonely there's a biological driver that's going to make you act out to change that," Biderman said earlier this week in an interview with Canada AM.
"So they tend to have affairs, they have dalliances, and often it makes them better partners, better parents, better bosses, better employees. It's hard for people to accept that, but it's the truth."
This guy has no concept of what commitment actually means in a marriage. An affair makes someone a "better" partner? What happened to "tell death do us part"? I can tell you if my hubby cheated on me, he would be booted out of my life so fast he wouldn't know what happened to him. Luckily he knows I'm a better shot then he is! (That's for you progressives, who hate guns, but think cheating and swinging is "cool".)
Dr. Carole Lieberman -- Beverly Hills psychiatrist and author of "Bad Boys: Why We Love Them, How to Live with Them and When to Leave Them" -- disagrees that cheating strengthens relationships.
On one hand, cheating "can make a dull marriage more exciting, at least temporarily," Lieberman told CTV.ca in an email interview.
"But, in the end, most marriages suffer terribly from cheating and ultimately break apart because of the loss of respect and trust."
Respect and trust. If progressives think it's okay to have swingers clubs and to cheat, do they have any concept of what actually makes a marriage work? Are these finally the illusive Liberal values we have been hearing about?
The comments are interesting, read them all!
This person needs some help, I know a good shrink that maybe able to help him. I have been married for 36 years and in all honesty I have not had a desire to go to bed with another woman. I did all of my running around before I was married. I see marriage as a commitment between two people,if there is no commitment then what is the purpose of getting married? Our society needs help in the worst way, but not from someone like him. In marriage for the first few years it is all about sex after that it becomes respect and trust in your partner and the longer it goes the more of a friend that person becomes. If you want to cheat, stay single and do your own thing,so you can go on without hurting anyone especially children, who are the most affected by break ups.
Religion gets slammed by the progressives all the time, maybe it's time for those with morals to stand up and tell the progressives that cheating is not ever good for a marriage.