Tuesday, February 22, 2022

Female Infidelity


I am joined by podcaster, Rebecca Adams, to discuss her show, Raw Truth: Stories of Female Infidelity. What makes a woman cheat on her mate? Is it emotional? Is it physical? 

Rebecca tells the stories that most women are afraid to share out of fear of being judged. 

Listen on your favorite podcasting platform here.

Enjoy this Q-on-1 episode of the Talk 2 Q Radio Show and please check out Rebecca at http://www.rawtruthstoriesoffemaleinfidelity.com.

Show #984 

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  1. It seems really wrong that you can justify bad behaviors with a catch phrase like. No judgment doing the wrong thing for the right reason is still doing the wrong thing

    1. I agree. And I'm not sure if you listened to the interview or not, but she's not advocating adultery/cheating. She is actually allowing people to tell their story as to how it happened and some of the regrets they felt afterwards. I appreciate your comments though!

  2. In my opinion you can't really trust a woman or a man. Marriages are doomed from the start if your personal integrity isn't where it should be. Then you're not fit to be in a relationship or share your life with anyone

    1. As tough as it is to do, I think the only way to have a successful marriage is to trust the other person. Although we can't control what that person may do, without trust the world is an even lonelier place. If we think through our choice carefully, make the best decision on who's a match for us, and then take care of our responsibilities as a spouse, then the odds are highly-favorable for a successful marriage. My parents were married for 45 years before my mom died. My brother has been married for 30 years. I was married for 10 years before my first wife died in 2012 and now I'm in the 2nd year of my 2nd marriage with an amazing woman.

  3. Trust does not have a shelf life


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