What drives men to be unfaithful?

@carol_m (709)
July 22, 2007 9:19pm CST
I watched a talk show on TV last night. The topic was all about men being unfaithful to their partner. Male guests vehemently denied and explained their sides on the subject. Female guests are neutral on the matter. So, what do you think makes men become unfaithful to their partner (be it a spouse or a gf)?
3 responses
@wiccania (3360)
• United States
31 Aug 07
I think there are many reasons that a person might be unfaithful. Anything from not being in love with or attracted to their spouse anymore to depression. Some feel neglected or rejected by their spouse and that's what causes it. Then there are people who feel the need to sabotage a good relationship.
@jeanbug23 (567)
• Philippines
23 Jul 07
Lack of self-discipline. A man can and only can if he can. If he wants to, he will do it without thinking and without considering the hurtful feelings of the other person. A man is sure old enough to know what is right and wrong, and therefore, being unfaithful is a wrong thing and even a mortal act. He surely knows that so the only problem is his narrow mindedness and lack of self-discipline.
@butterfly39 (3907)
• Philippines
23 Jul 07
Well, for me maybe because they're too weak and I don't think they love their wife at all...because if you really love their wifes then they don't have any reason to be unfaithful and free to do whatever they want to...