I just read in a Brazilian site about what this soccer player’s wife said about a husband cheating on his wife.
First the soccer player in question is Kaka, handsome, religious and rich. She is a spoiled rich girl that got lucky in the husband department.
Any way she said and I am going to loosely translate from Portuguese: I would forgive a betrayal because wwhen the man betrays is a sign that the wife failed in some area. She was not giving what was necessary, and I don’t mean only sex. I speak of caring, dialogue, cumplicity. If Kaka betrays me it means I am doing something very wrong.
Her name is Carol Celico and supposedly they were both virgins when they got married. Kudos for them, but not our real world.
I hope she does not go through a betrayal in the future, but I would like her to at least for a second feel what we, betrayed women, feel. We do enough of second guessing on our own. We do question if we gave enough in all areas. We do look back and look for places where we could have been more caring, more attentive, more supportive, less critical, less demanding.
But guess what?
After all this guilt trip, after all this blame game, after all the clue collection and soul searching I realize that a man cheats because:
He was not man enough to voice his opinions, needs and wants.
He wasn’t honest enough to say that he no longer wanted a relationship.
He thought he could get away with it.
The situation/opportunity presented himself.
He is having a mid-life crisis.
He wants to tell himself he still got it.
He is bored.
But I found the real truth. A man (or woman) cheats because they are not happy with themselves. If they were happy with themselves they would choose the honest path, they would communicate. They would perhaps realize the value in their partner and how good they have at home before it is too late.
So, Carol Celico you are famous by virtue of your husband, please use this fame for some worthwhile causes. Do not use your soapbox to make woman feel guilty. Do not add to their pain by making them feel it was their fault. Their egos and self esteem are probably shattered by now, do not make it worst.
I know in my heart that I did my best and more than that in all areas, but sometimes no matter what you, no matter you can turn water into gold, some people will just lie to your face and cheat on your. Their reasons, if they are able to come up with any, are not important. the damaged is already done. And lies and excuses just make it worst.
It would be refreshing to just hear: I lied and cheated and I don’t deserve you, please forgive me!
Now that is what I wanted to hear, but I am sure some of you have heard that time after time, so if you do love yourself first and move on.
Do you agree with Carol Celico?
If not why do you think man cheat?