Marriage and Sex: Author M. Gary Neuman Says an Active Sex Life Can Lessen the Chance of Infidelity

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New Book, TRUTH ABOUT CHEATING, reveals surprising statistics about infidelity and sex

In THE TRUTH ABOUT CHEATING, experienced family counselor and author M. Gary Neuman reveals the results of a study in which he interviewed and studied 200 men - one hundred cheaters and one hundred non-cheaters. According to THE TRUTH ABOUT CHEATING, nearly half of cheating men said sex with their wives was too infrequent. However, only 15% of the cheating husbands surveyed said their wife had significantly neglected her appearance. Neuman says this stat tells women they shouldn't feel they need to spend hours in the gym or spend money on plastic surgery to become a better sexual partner for their husbands.

In his study of why men cheat, Neuman found:

  •     Only 12% of cheating men said their mistress was more attractive than their wife
  •     15% said their wife had significantly neglected her appearance
  •     26% said sex with their wives was unsatisfying
  •     48% said sex with their wives was too infrequent

Drawing from M. Gary Neuman's extensive research on infidelity and dramatic case studies of unfaithful husbands, THE TRUTH ABOUT CHEATING includes practical strategies and quick action steps that help married women prevent infidelity and foster faithful, rewarding marriages.

About the author:
M. Gary Neuman (Miami Beach, FL) is a licensed family counselor and rabbi. His extensive media appearances include Oprah, the Today show, Good Morning America, The View, Dateline NBC, the NBC Nightly News, and the CBS Weekend News. Print coverage of Neuman and his work has appeared in the Washington Post, the Chicago Tribune, Time, People, Cosmopolitan, Parenting, and other publications.

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