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What is a woman called who sleeps with someone else's man?

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August 20, 2009 4:47AM

It depends; If the Original woman is unbearable, then the other

woman is called "The Comforter." The answer is also true to "The

other Man." There are no excuses for cheating so she's a "cheater"

and so is he. The key word in the question is "someone else's".

This connotes possession. Marriage is only a certificate of

possession. In most cases, once we possessed someone, we cease the

romancing. Romancing should not end with marriage. Upload the song

"Wives & Lovers" and learn why there are cheaters and

comforters. The agrieved (sp), most often, will always find faults

on others and never contemplate that the problem originated from

them. Sorry, but I disagree with the above poster. Marriage is what

you make it. Living together is no different than being married

with the exception of being married under the eyes of God. I have

friends (many) who have been happily married for 40 years to 55

years and still going strong. My husband and I will be celebrating

our 35th wedding anniversary this August. I will admit there are

certainly some bumpy roads we have to go down, but couples work

together and commit to each other and it usually works out in the

end. My husband and I are extremely close and we share are joys,

sorrows and problems and always find a good solution. The problem

with many couples today is the fact they don't like to commit to

much and are trying to look for excuses and an easy way out. 2.

Defining what number the "Divorce Rate" is, however, is elusive and

perhaps impossible. There are many different valid measurements.

Probably, 40 or possibly up to 50 percent of marriages will end in

divorce if current trends continue. However, that is only a

projection and a prediction. It does not reflect current reality or

the recent past, and things certainly could turn out differently

See the Related Link for "Divorce rate" to the bottom for the

answer. See the Related Link for "What does the Bible says about

Marriage" to the bottom for the answer. See the Related Link for

"Adultery" to the bottom for the answer. in Pennsylvania, adultery

is technically punishable by 2 years of imprisonment or 18 months

of treatment for insanity (for history, see Hamowy)(criminal

statute repealed 1972), while in Michigan the Court of Appeals, the

state's second-highest court, ruled that a little-known provision

of state criminal law means that adultery carries a potential life

sentence.[2] In Maryland, adultery is punishable by a fine of ten

dollars. I think I'll move to Maryland...


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