Shorter Gary Neuman:
Men have emotions. They want to be “winners” – as proof, watch them turn the tv off if their team is losing badly. It’s not that they’re sore losers, it’s just that losing makes them feel bad. Emotionally. If men don’t feel like they’re winners, they get insecure and then they cheat – they go out and find women who make them feel like winners. Men kinda know this – they know when they’re starting to feel kinda – like losers. But they can’t talk about it. They need you to fix it. You women. Of course, no one’s saying you have to. It’s just, if you don’t, your man’s gonna cheat. But it won’t be anyone’s fault. Just, you know, take your pick. Do all the work of the relationship or lose your man.
In his latest book, sure to be a blockbuster, M. Gary Neuman gets to the bottom of the male infidelity conundrum and finds that, though he doesn’t believe women are to blame (thanks Gary), still, all his advice about fixing the problem is directed at women who are supposed to build up the ego of their men or lose them. This is new? This is worthy of Oprah‘s attention? It’s downright worrying that this woman has so much influence. I’d say e-mail Oprah but her mind is made up and she’s made it clear that a lot of whining complaints will have no effect. What goes around comes around, eh?
I wonder why 40% of married women in the US … cheat?