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Lack of generosity from spouse drives women to be unfaithful: Survey

As many as 74 per cent of the women felt that their spouse was not generous enough, while 56 per cent said they have already fought about this issue

By: IANS | New Delhi | Published: August 12, 2017 11:49 am
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Once the wooing stage is over and the couple has settled down, some men become far less generous and downright stingy. This leads to most women becoming unfaithful to their partners, according to a survey. Gleeden, a European dating site for married individuals, catering to people seeking affairs outside their relationships, conducted a research on 5,000 Indian women users of the dating site who belong to the age group of 23-35 years.

According to the study, married women do not ask to be showered with gifts, but they do appreciate being looked after and valued. As many as 74 per cent of the women felt that their spouse was not generous enough, while 56 per cent said they have already fought about this issue.

Most women link infidelity to the lack of generosity from their husbands. Around 69 per cent women think that the lack of sweet words, tenderness, small gestures and initiatives is because their spouse is cheating on them or is in the process.

To explain their own infidelity as a result of their spouse’s ignorant behaviour, 39 per cent of the women members stated that it was their need to feel valued.

Around 29 per cent women admitted their self-esteem is hurt when their spouse does not make sufficient effort. Over a quarter of them declared that stinginess has suppressed their desire for their spouse, and that they consider this defect to be a real romance killer.

“We are delighted to see the increasing number of Indian users in our site and how encounters outside marriage is no more a taboo or something to be shy about in India. In this survey, we have seen what could be the reason for the women to move out from their marital bond to find new encounters,” Solène Paillet, head of communications and a manager at Gleeden, said in a statement.

“The company’s aim is not only to bring members together but to anticipate their expectations and needs and providing them with reliable content, a high-quality interface and many innovative services and I believe, this survey gave us a ray of hope to provide more tempting services to our users,” Paillet added.

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      sreerama
      Aug 31, 2017 at 11:22 pm
      It is observed that both Indian men/women crave for friendship with opposite gender despite they are married,after some years of marriage,after getting bored with Ghar ki Daal,,asthey start seeing the draw backs in each other once initial attraction gets faded.Men are naturally lecherous with roving eye,whereas Indian women know that society adopts double standards and expect to be faithful to her husband however husband unfaithful be.But modern educated women are dare enough to break this and started enjoying the attention,romantic conversation with a good looking ,intelligent,widely read who could keep her engages with his polished or active skills not bothering about the big age difference,internally feeling she would have been happier with him rather than the DUD young husband,Naturally she craves for the active,handsome,intelligentold guy( more after seeing him to be a big hit with many other young women and romances only in talking but never try to seduce anybody for physical
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        sreerama
        Aug 31, 2017 at 11:00 pm
        As far as Indian husbands,you find two types of husbands mostly.Either he would be MCP or Henpecked depending on the capacity/shrewdness/nature/mentality of the wife.Mostly MCPs aremore (40 ),than Henpecked(30 ),and out of remaining 30 ,you find understanding husbands adjusting to the situation (15 ) some act hiding their vices cheating wives soms can't change their wrong behaviour( despite knowing ) in the interest of family.To say mostly women only have to eventually compromise to the situation bearing the brunt with unhappiness in the interest of children whom she can't discard like in western countries to remarry .Also our Indian men don't like remarrying divorced women ( evenif she is very beautiful) with child,as they feel child is liability and woman can't leave the child for her remarriage.Also if women wants to divorce after 5 or 6 years married life due to unbearable cruelty/harassment of husbands side( being an Indian woman ,patiently waiting for husband to change for btr
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          lakshmi das
          Aug 12, 2017 at 12:41 pm
          its a lie. men are like dogs. no matter how generous the woman is, can't stop the man from flirting only hoping the fuc,,,,,,,,inman would not bring any sickness home all these surveys are waste of time
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