Research published in Emunah La-Paz’s perceptive nonfiction book ‘Why Do Married Men Cheat With Unattractive Women?’ reports the repercussions that Competitive Anxiety Disorder causes.
One of the main results reported, is infidelity among men. Emunah conducted over ten years of research. La-Paz’s study involved a group of men ranging from 23-67 years of age who openly admitted to committing adultery.
Emunah reveals that all of the following men originating from various backgrounds expressed signs of CAD (Competitive Anxiety Disorder.) “Most of the men compared their adulterous relationships to a sporting event. Using words like score, homerun, and great catch.” La-Paz reveals that several men expressed that they were always competing in their marriage and that this rivalry caused them to have affairs. Surprisingly A small number of men daringly admitted to giving up on their marriage in order to have sex with other women or to “get back in the game.”
In La-paz’s nonfiction book, ‘Why Do Married Men Cheat With Unattractive Women?’ Some Men convey that having sex with as many women as possible will always be the #1 sporting event among most men. C.A.D (Competitive Anxiety Disorder) is commonly diagnosed among some athletes. La-Paz’s research also discloses that this highly intense act of competition is often rooted by suppressed insecurity issues which often lead to abusive behavior.
Emunah says, “Once the man has conquered the game he often moves on to the next event. As women, we must let these aggressive species know that we are not accustom to playing games.”
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