I ran across this article in the Post. The survey was done by Men's Health. 77% of men who had affairs and divorced do NOT have regret or remorse for being unfaithful and 81% of divorced men who cheated prefer sex with the new partner. 275 men participated in this survey.
The article/survey also states that if the unfaithful returns to the betrayed spouse and issues are addressed the unfaithful spouse does
begin to feel regret and realize that problems could be solved another way.
But for those men (surveyed) that do not return to the marriage it seems 77% have no regrets about the affair/divorce.
47% of surveyed men blamed their wives for THEIR cheating stating they didn't feel their wives found them attractive.
41% of surveyed men were bored
38% wanted an escape
17% found the OW 'too hot' to resist
The survey also noted, as we all know, cheating is not the problem but a symptom of a much larger problem.
It's only Men's Health, I get it, but interesting anyhow. Unless I am missing it the survey does not state how long these men have been divorced for or what the status of their "affair R" is. http://www.nypost.com/p/news/national/gu...L#ixzz15xTjkuMD