Why Do Married Men Cheat? Prostitute-Turned-Author Reveals the Secrets Men Don’t Tell Their Wives
Rebecca Dakin, an ex-hooker, tells the world about her former career; she exposes the details about being a prostitute, along with the psychology of the men who support it.
According to RadarOnline.com, Dakin’s career as a hooker lasted nine years and she “dated” about 900 customers before she decided to quit and take her career path in a different direction where she wants to be an author, dating coach and infidelity expert.
“If your man is not asking you for sex anymore, it means he’s seeking it elsewhere — he’s not going to accept being in a marriage without sex,” Dakin said. “They are probably relieved that he’s not hassling them and just decide to turn a blind eye.
“Everyone always hates the escorts, but you have to remember there are women are probably quite thankful that they’re around.”
On a day that you would think a man would want to spend with his girlfriend/wife, Dakin recalled about 60% of her Valentine’s Day clientele in the past “were married or had girlfriends.”
Why does Dakin feel that men cheat?
“Men cheat for different reasons,” Dakin said. “Some may be genuinely lacking intimacy at home, but others just get off on the danger element of wondering whether they’ll get caught.”
And “some guys,” Dakin says, “are just cheats.
“Some are not confident about communicating with their other half. They think that if they tell her they want more sex, she’ll be upset. Some don’t want to leave, as they love their wife, but they need more intimacy. By seeing an escort, they’re just trying to find a way to stay with the woman they love.”
Being an ex-hooker, Dakin is confident that her unique outlook will allow her an opportunity “to challenge women’s point of view” on infidelity and can help these women understand the reason their spouse did it, even if she is morally against it.
While Dakin knows that some people feel that she is not creditable because of her past job, she feels that she has definitely learned a lot while on the job.
“I’ve dated around 900 men and my knowledge comes from experience,” she said. “I know what I’m doing is of value — I just want to help people stay in relationships.”
For more on Dakin, check out her website http://www.rebeccadakin.com.
What do you think, would you take relationship advice from Dakin?