... Y 90% de esas dijeron que se sienten con derecho a hacerlo
Antes eran los hombres los que arruinaban la relación poniendo cuernos, pero he notado que como de 10 años para acá, la cantidad de mujeres infieles ha aumentado... O al menos se ha hecho más obvia.Today’s wife knows nothing of the isolation of her mid-century counterpart. She has Internet chat rooms and cell phones. She has personal trainers, yoga instructors, and mommy groups. Mommy groups? Why would any man think he had reason to get twitchy about his wife’s going to a mommy group? Jerry, a 32-year-old engineer from Atlanta, certainly didn’t. After the birth of his son, his stay-at-home wife joined one and met a woman who soon became her best friend. She’d go to her new friend’s house for barbecues, and occasionally she’d end up sleeping over in the spare bedroom. After several months of this, Jerry began to suspect that his wife was being unfaithful. He started snooping—looking at her cell phone when she wasn’t around and using Google Desktop to comb for damning e-mails. One day he found a message referring to a certain lapse in judgment that occurred on the hallway floor with the husband of his wife’s girlfriend.
When he confronted his wife, she told him when it had all started: six months before, on the day after Father’s Day. They were staying with his parents because they’d put their home on the market. Jerry had the day off. His wife told him to relax with their son while she went to clean up their house for prospective buyers—a tidy little cover, it turned out, for a secret meeting that had nothing to do with real estate. “She said she was shampooing the rugs,” Jerry says. “I never suspected anything. I mean, she did shampoo the rugs. My attitude was, she’s my wife—I’m supposed to trust her.”