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Husband's (possible) Infidelity: why look for trouble?

Why look for trouble?

Most of my friends and colleagues are now married, and complain bitterly about the way their wives suspect them of having affairs outside and always go through their personal items looking for clues. They all claim they respect and love their wives, however some do have affairs outside but do it very discretely, for instance when they travel out of town for official assignments. None would flaunt these affairs in front of their wives, as doing so is a sign of disrespect.

Now most married women in Nigeria go through their husband’s personal stuff looking for clues of infidelity. Nigeria is not like obodo oyibo where a woman gains a lot if she divorces her husband, in naija she gets practically nothing, is thrown out of the house and another babe moves in. Our society is based on polygamy so nobody sees anything wrong in a man having more than one wife, however because of the financial hardship in the country most people cannot afford more than one.

I often ask my friends who have affairs outside why they do it, their response is usually “How man go chop egusi soup all the time..”, I.e variety is the spice of life. In view of the fact that our society is polygamous in nature and the laws don’t really favor divorced women that much, why look for trouble when you stand to loose the most, just love him as much as you can when he is back to his senses he would stop all that outside adventure. A Nigerian man would never abandon his marriage once there are children involved.

Abi what do you people think, lets be practical and logical about this.

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Monogamy Causing Infidelity Among African Couples?

Monogamy as contributory factor to sexual immorality in couples!

Traditionally, most African societies were potentially polygamous, being a custom whereby a man can have as many wives as he chooses. Polygamy was never considered immoral/sinful, until the Christian missionaries arrived in Africa to introduce their [b]one man, one wife - plus plenty concubines/mistresses - doctrine. This has largely contributed to the prevalence in sexual immorality/unfaithfulness amongst married couples in Africa with insatiable lust for sex (since one single woman cannot satisty their desires).

What is your esteemed opinion on this issue?

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Why Do We All Take Infidelity So Seriously?

Hello,

Why is it that when someone's husband, wife, fiance, fiancee, boyfriend or girlfriend indulges in sex with someone else, the person becomes very angry? Why is it such a big deal?

Here are some factors that came to my mind:

[list][li]Your wife/girlfriend/fiancee could get pregnant for the other person and give birth to a child that is not yours. Note: DNA analysis can be used to determine the paternity of a child.[/li]

[li]Your husband/boyfriend/fiance could father the other woman's child and consume resources that would have been used to take care of the your own children. Once again, we observe that such pregnancies can be prevented using various methods.[/li]

[li]Your partner could contact STDs or the HIV virus and pass them on to you.[/li]

[li]Your partner may spend a significant amount of money on the other person, therefore 'shortening your ration' (I guess this applies more to unfaithful men ...)[li][li]You feel bad because the infidelity implies that your partner is not satisfied with your 'performance'[/li][/list]

Ok, that's all I can think of. It sure seems as if the above 'disadvantages' of sexual infidelity are just too weak ccompared to the indignation that people display when they discover that their partner has been cheating on them ...

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Infidelity{how Come Women Forgive Easily,& Men Hardly Forgive?}

women forgive their men for infidelity{at least 99% not all},while about 90% of men that find their wives guilty of infielity divorce them outright?.

i'm a man and just don't want to imagine that.to me,it's the only unfogiveable sin.what

my reason,is simply that the art of sex happens in the woman, she will carry my babies,and so cannot allow her polute herself.what do you think?

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