San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) March 27, 2014
Insights on high divorce rates, solutions to jealous arguments and partner abuse are discussed in Tim Patten's new book “Why I Cheat: Men, Marriage, and Cheating”. The book is intended as a self-help guide for men who are dating or in a relationship to help stimulate the discovery of a new life-path, unshackle binding social handcuffs, and identify fulfillment to improve the quality of life.
Why I Cheat is authored on the premise that men desire sex and self-worth, and the book details tips and tricks to help empower men to realize their potential in this modern world of opportunity and liberate the obstacles that suffocate creative talent.
Chapter one follows the life of Russell Carlson as he overcomes personal hurdles as a nerdy statistical engineer at the Census Bureau of San Antonio. Seized by intense sexual urges, he postulated an explanation of lust vs. love for his wife, Beth, and his words soon became the ideological basis for dominant males everywhere. Despite his divorce, Russell achieved considerable success and fulfillment in life, pioneering the geothermal mechanisms and systems that are used around the world today.
Ten other real-life stories such as Russell’s are covered in Why I Cheat. Each chapter discusses divergent topics that help men break away from untenable situations, and bravely direct their life paths towards freedom and success.
The 400 page book uses referenced data and lessons that tell the stories of men who displayed the courage to identify quality women, enjoy sexual pleasures and contribute benevolent actions. The stories are based on real people, and aim to inspired men to:
"Through this book, I want to speak up for men everywhere. Whether you’re seeking to liberate yourself from abuse, build societies new inventions, cope with jealousy, or just start having fun again, you can find a path that leads to freedom and victory in Why I Cheat," said Tim.
Why I Cheat is now available in hardcover, paperback and eBook formats on Amazon.com and at Barns and Noble.