Science says men are likelier to cheat. But that doesn’t mean they should get away with it. We think it’s high time you acted.
If you think you keep hearing about cheating husbands more than you hear about cheating wives, there’s a reason for it. Science and history both tell us that men are likelier to cheat on their spouses.
Are they hardwired to be adulterous? Maybe. (Is there a spell to fix them? Keep reading.)
What’s likelier is that they continue to betray us because we don’t punish them for their actions. You know what they say: fool me once, shame on me, fool me twice. . .
Shame on You?
Absolutely not. It’s a man-eat-man world; women are known to sit back and suck up. Or worse, they’re blamed for not keeping the man entranced in the spell of their love, which is why he cheated. But why should the onus of casting spells, reviving romance, and keeping the marriage intact be on women alone?
The lack of accountability is why men are growing bolder in their habits. But you really ought to ask yourself this: should you let a man who is cheating on you be? Should you forgive him and stick with him?
We don’t think so. First, once he has made a habit of cheating, he won’t stop, and the infidelity spell only breaks when he realizes his faults (which almost never happens.). He’ll do it over and over until you lose all hope.
Secondly and more importantly, can a man who cheats on you really love you? Do you really want to stay with an uncaring, unloving, undeserving muttonhead?
We Think Not
In most cases, it starts with cheating. But it never stays there. It often progresses to losing interest in their families, staying out late with their new paramours, and even neglecting their parental duties. Don’t let your children be the noose they tighten around your neck to keep you bound. Unfaithful men should be left alone to deal with their newfound love interests. It’s only when you leave them that they understand what they have lost.
Of course, leaving them is on the cards. But don’t let them go easy. Make life hell for them, as they have made for you. Take your children away. Kick them out if you own your house. Tell people and make your husband loathed in society.
Above all, stop loving them. It’s clear they don’t love you—because they hurt you. Then why should you extend your love, care, and support to these thankless beings? Do whatever you must to soothe your hurting heart, even if it be turning them into a rat with a spell.
Go One Step Further
If your husband has breached all facets of trust and transparency, you should take decisive action. Sure, you could leave him and barge off, but that will never satisfy you. A man who destroys your life and breaks your heart should be equally destroyed and broken. No man should have monopoly over infidelity—and no man should get away with it.