Do All Men Cheat?

June 26, 2017
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I was asked this question the other day, and the more I thought about it,  the more I wanted to put my thoughts on paper. Here it is; I don’t believe all men cheat. I do believe that men cheat when they find themselves in discouraging relationships and when the individuals in the relationships are no longer meeting each other’s needs.  This is the reason why honest, open and real communication is important and true intimacy (Transparency) is important because what someone needs at the beginning of a relationship may not be the something they need at the middle or even at the highest point of the relationship.


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As human beings, we are always growing and changing, so there needs to be adjustments made according to the different  levels and stages as we grow ( Sacrifice) within the relationship. I could take it a step further by also saying that giving someone what you think they want versus what they need probably could be one of the worst things you can do in any relationship.  And please don’t misunderstand what I’m saying, it’s not any one person’s fault why infidelity happens and why people choose to have affairs. I’m only suggesting that we think about all aspects of human behavior. I could go on and on about this topic but I will close with this key note.


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COMMUNICATION:  Whether it may be good, bad, pretty or indifferent, you must communicate. Don’t assume what you think each other needs.  TALK TO EACH OTHER EVEN IF YOU DON’T LIKE WHAT THE OTHER PERSON IS SAYING OR FEELING AT THAT POINT.


1 Peter 3:7 says: “Let a man dwell with his wife according to knowledge.” I believe this applies to any degree of relationships. Get to really know the other person and not the idea of who you want them to be. Study your individual mate so you can then apply the knowledge of who that person is, because often times we fall in love with the idea of someone, not who they really are. And another thing, try to hear what they are really telling you and not what you want to hear. This is the difference between listening and hearing.


Love is a choice; it’s a decision you make each day where you choose to be committed to a person, and be okay with the fact that you’re not always going to “like”  each other every single day, but that friendship, mutual respect, and love for each other is what is going to keep you together.




Stacy-Ann Simpson

Stacy-Ann Simpson Was born May 13, 1981 to teenage mother Juliet Perez and father Devon Almond Simpson in Kingston Jamaica. Stacy-Ann attended the Melrose All Age School after graduating she, then moved on to the Dunoon Technical High School where she spent the next few years pursuing her studies in general studies with concentration a in home economics, food and nutrition, history while obtaining her school diploma after graduation Stacy-Ann migrated to the state to join her other siblings in pursuit of better opportunity. Stacy-Ann grow up in a home with a phenomenal woman who wasn’t her paternal mother but her adopted mother , mother in every sense of the word of what a mother present .After arriving in the state Stacy-Ann always  being a industries person and good with her hands decide to get her state certification and Diploma  has a Esthetician from the dermal institute in Miami Fl , though she loved what she did and was very good at it she still felt like that wasn’t her purpose and true calling her spirit wouldn’t let her rest. At 27 years year old Stacy-Ann decides to take leap of faith and relocate to Dallas Texas to join her sister in hope of finding herself, the kind of woman she wanted to become and purpose.

Stacy-Ann Simpson, 35 has always had a passion and heart for outreach program and the gift of servitude from a very young age. Stacy-Ann was the former vice president BAM mentoring program for young girls located in the Dallas Fort Worth Area. This was easy for her to have done she is no stranger to hard work and helping others, Stacy-Ann actively volunteer with, humane society, tad for kids and Kids in distress at Antioch Missionary Baptist Church where she was a member in the State of Florida, and since relocating to Dallas TX she has continue that same spirit of giving back with volunteering with Fort Worth Food bank, Counter Culture, East Fort Worth Clean up and Walk For Dime. When she is not volunteering or pursuing her career endeavors, Stacy-Ann can be found hosting her own podcast talk show, Tea Talk Time with her follow co-host Dee Moore, where she provides a platform for men and women to discuss real life issues within their community and families. Stacy-Ann enjoys cooking; listening to music live entertainment like stage plays, musical, movies etc and spending quality time with her family and friends.

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