Men who cheat haven't fallen out of love; they've become unsatisfied with the current state of it.
Regardless of our gender, relationship pain resulting in trust issues can happen to the best of us.
The majority of men can't look past being cheated upon, and an affair is a sure reason for them to end their relationships.
As a matchmaker and dating coach, I've even seen men spend over fifteen years alone just to avoid the pain of being cheated on.
They hide in their caves and eventually come out when it gets too lonely.
Dating a man who has trust issues can be a challenge.
Women aren't the only one with trust issues, and men aren't the only ones who cheat on their partners.If you cheat on someone you’re dating, you don’t love that person. Let me just clarify this for a second, in case you missed it the first time: YOU CANNOT CHEAT ON SOMEONE YOU LOVE. Full disclosure: This article is kind of personal and very preachy. I believe that my past urge to cheat comes from never wanting to commit to a relationship — but still selfishly wanting all the benefits of having one. I don’t care if people “make mistakes.” I don’t care if we’re “all human.”Cheating is not a mistake you make when you truly love someone. Here, experts explain this phenomenon and dispel other popular cheating myths. They're largely satisfied with all they have and aren't looking for a way out, yet they still find themselves in bed with other women—and in hot water with their wives.Allow me to explain why I am undoubtedly correct when I say that you cannot cheat on someone you love. I should probably note that I’m not a saint when it comes to relationships. My ideal situation was having my boyfriend wait for me at home while I was off kissing strangers in sketchy dive bars. I was “in a relationship” only when my boyfriend was present. But every guy who comes my way is positive that will be the guy to make me give up my cheating ways.