The term ‘cheater wife’ has become synonymous with the idea of cheating on a spouse, and it can also mean someone who has been unfaithful to their spouse for a long time.
What makes a cheating wife story different is the fact that it is so unusual, and that most of the women are extremely wealthy, or have many children.
The majority of cheating wives have been married to a man with high income, and this often means they have had more money than their spouses and children.
While most cheating wives are willing to pay a lot of money to keep their cheating partner quiet, there are many who do not pay enough.
Some cheating wives get away with not paying because they don’t have children, or because they live in a large metropolitan area, which makes it easier for them to hide their affair.
But in a majority of cases, cheating wives don’t pay because they are not willing to go to court and have their cheating spouse investigated by police.
A cheating wife is the perfect example of a ‘false wife,’ according to the National Association of Broadcasters.
The association, which represents more than 70 television networks, says that women are becoming more willing to pursue cheating allegations against their husbands.
A survey conducted by the organization found that women in their 30s and 40s are more likely to be victims of domestic abuse, and women in the middle age bracket are the most likely to report being victims of a violent crime.
In addition, according to a 2009 study published in the Journal of Applied Social Psychology, women who cheat are also more likely than women who don’t cheat to have an unstable relationship, such as having an ex or spouse in prison.
Cheating wives, however, are often portrayed as the victims, rather than the abusers.
In the past, there were very few examples of women who were willing to come forward to accuse a cheating spouse, according the National Journal.
Now, there is an increased awareness of cheating and it is getting more common, but it’s not the same as ‘cheat and murder,’ said Dr. Nancy M. Zavala, a psychologist at the University of Washington and one of the researchers behind the book, ‘False Cheating: How to Tell if Your Husband is an Agoraphobic, a Phobic, or a Homophobic.’
“Most women, whether they’re cheating on their husbands or not, will tell someone they’re not going to go through with it because they know it won’t happen again,” Zavalas research assistant, Katie DeCamp, told USA Today.
“But if a man is not going, that means he is not cheating on his wife.”
A cheating husband may have a history of physical and emotional abuse, including domestic violence.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, over one-quarter of all American women have experienced some form of physical or emotional abuse in their lifetime.
That includes the use of physical force, sexual assault, or emotional or financial abuse.
Many of the wives that Zavali is studying are high-earning, and a lot more of them are white, according Margo Dauber, a professor of sociology at the American University of Beirut and author of the book ‘A Cheating Wife: A Woman’s Guide to the Truth About Her Husband.’
“Women of color and women who are unemployed are more often than not in situations where they have been sexually assaulted, beaten, or neglected by their partners,” said Daubers research assistant.
“I think it is important for people to be aware that cheating on one’s spouse is not the only type of abuse, or the only reason for divorce.”
A few of the cheaters that Zampars research has studied include: a woman who cheated on her husband with a black man, a man who cheated with a white woman, a woman whose husband was diagnosed with an eating disorder, a white man who was diagnosed as bipolar, a black woman who had been diagnosed with a mental illness, and the wife of a white husband who had cheated on his black wife.
The study also found that many of the cheating wives also cheated on their children, and many of them have multiple children, which may complicate the divorce proceedings.
“Cheating wives often live in very isolated environments, where they are unable to speak out,” said Zavalla.
“It’s important for men to understand that cheating is not only about how much money you have, but also how much time you have.
Many men will find it easier to forgive a cheating husband if they are able to get custody of their children.”
Cheating women have also had their careers ruined, and their husbands have been physically abused.
In a 2007 study, researchers found that cheating wives who reported their husbands had a mental health issue, or depression, had higher levels of depression, compared to women who reported they had no mental health issues.
According a study by the University