3. Women Want To Feel Appreciated
Most women play many roles in their family, bouncing from mother and wife to housekeeper, breadwinner, nurse and caregiver.
If a husband does not appreciate her contributions, chances are that another man will show that appreciation and she would naturally feel connected to such a man.
When a husband starts getting busier and stops noticing his wife and thanking her for all that she does, she would feel ignored and taken for granted, making it more likely that she’ll get s3du'ced by the attention of another man.
4. Women Want To Feel Connected
It is said that after years of a monogamous relationship, one or both partners may check out emotionally. Perhaps they haven’t spent enough quality time together and their interests have diverged.
They have begun living like roommates rather than husband and wife. When a wife reaches out to her husband to share her frustrations and loneliness, he is too complacent or emotionally bankrupt to work on the relationship.
All of a sudden, she starts noticing other men at work or other places and is excited to discover that they notice her, too.
And they don’t have the emotional baggage that prevents them from establishing an int!m@te connection with her.
5. Women Want To Feel Excited
Women would surely remember the good times, especially when she and her husband were dating, how her face lit up every time she saw her man, when the s3'x was thrilling and when a twinge of nervousness surfaced every time he called.
Living and having s3'x with the same person for years can get boring and predictable if both parties let it. She may feel that sizzle of new l0ve with another man who makes grand r0mantic gestures to win her over.
Disillusioned by her partner’s flaws or the drudgery of daily life, she may begin looking for someone new to spice up her life.
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