When women cheat

All Woman

Women cheat too, and when they do, it’s usually because something is lacking at home, and they’ve found an emotional connection with someone else. Below, some women tell how and why it happened.


I cheated on my man and I don’t feel bad about it. In fact, I would do it a hundred times again. The only regret is that he caught me once and I wish he had seen me having sex with the guy than just merely kissing. He was a dog and played me for a fool, sleeping around with every woman in my community. He was also disrespectful and it was my money he used to buy the taxi that he used to woo other women. Him fi get bun!


I found out that my man was still sleeping with his child’s mother and so I decided to take full revenge. I ensured that he saw me coming out of a guy’s car after 5:00 in the morning. He called and told me to get dressed and I did. I went to his house. He sat before me and told me he saw me coming out the guy’s car, the colour of my dress, and how I did my hair, then he went to the kitchen and made me breakfast. So I cheated and he made me breakfast?


I cheated on my man because he refused to grow up. I felt like I was mothering an adult-child and I couldn’t take it anymore so I found fulfillment elsewhere.


I cheated and I have no regrets. I was being used and I just reacted to what was done to me.





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