Psychology and dating women
It appears in your body language, in your voice, in your social skills, in how you dress…but, mostly, in how you ARE.Everything which follows, whether it’s the structure for meeting women (mine is simple: engage/hook/connect), whether it’s the social skills for attracting them, whether it’s the importance in establishing and maintaining a strong emotional connection with them, all the way down to how you ask for her phone number…it all MATTERS.To see that it is something much deeper and more profound. A lack of anything which is not pulled in a million-&-1 different directions when he sees a pretty girl.From there, you must learn to decipher her actions and reactions to you through this filter.," which appeared in the May 19, 2010 issue of "Psychology Today," says that female marital infidelity appears to be in the midst of a progressive increase.Nearly half of all married women are expected to cheat at some point during their lifetime, according to Ley.
David Ley, in the article "Why Are Women Cheating More?
When women cheat, they sometimes do so for reasons that are different from the reasons that men usually cheat.
In many cases, women whose marriages seem happy and whose lives look idyllic on the outside feel bored, powerless and trapped, according to clinical psychologist Frances Cohen Praver in the article "Why Women Have Secret Lovers, " which appeared in the July 6, 2009 issue of "Psychology Today." This is particularly likely to happen to a woman if her husband is focused on his career, Praver says.
Feminine psychologists argue that, since women often neglect their own needs to satisfy the demands of these roles, they will neglect their health (Hansen et al., 2002). Jennifer Stuart, sometimes the history of the woman affects how she chooses to balance the two roles, or if she will balance at all.
Specifically, Stuart asserts that the primary determinant is a woman's "quality of her relationship with her mother.