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New Studies Call Women Cheating Liars

Some new studies suggest men cheat up to five percent more than women, but apparently ladies are “bigger liars” about it. Hmm … bigger liars or just better at not getting caught? According to some recent studies, women are having more affairs than ever — around 15 percent, while the figure is closer to 20 percent for men — but they behave very differently from men when they cheat. Dr. David Holmes, a psychologist at Manchester Metropolitan University, says: “The biggest difference is that women are much better at keeping their affairs secret. If you look at the studies into paternity, even conservative figures show that between eight and 15 per cent of children haven’t been fathered by the man who thinks he’s the biological parent.” Keep reading »

The Lies Men Think All Women Tell

Well, the secret is out, ladies. One of our own has let the cat out of the bag. Writing for AskMen.com, female “relationship correspondent,” Madeline Murphy shares the five lies she says every woman tells. “All women lie in certain situations and your little angel is no exception,” Murphy writes, adding:

“Sometimes she’s only fibbing a bit to protect her own feelings or yours. Sometimes her motives are less laudable, like lying to cover her tracks. Whatever the case, certain lies occur much more frequently than others. It’s up to you to learn the five lies all women tell, and how to handle them.”

So just what are the five lies every single one of us is guilty of telling? Find out after the jump. Keep reading »

Cheating: Is The Cover Up Worse Than The Crime?

Along with the rest of America, I’m rubbernecking at South Carolinian Gov. Mark Sanford’s affair with an Argentinian lass, Maria Belen Chapur (and I’m quietly cheering for Sanford’s wife, Jenny, for leaving him).

Cheating doesn’t speak well for a conservative Republican politician who preached “family values.” Sanford’s hypocrisy alone is gross. But married politicians dropping their drawers for women who aren’t their wives isn’t as interesting to me as the fact that Gov. Sanford told everyone he would be hiking on the Appalachian Trail when he was actually south of the border with his mistress.

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Ask The Astrosexologist: How Can I Tell If An Aries Is Lying?

“How do I tell if an Aries man is lying? Are there any telltale signs? Do they lie? Are they good at it? I have a very strong suspicion that my Aries ex was cheating on me during our relationship and that he is currently with the woman he may have cheated on me with. I want to drag the truth out of him, but want to know what to look for!” – Scorpio With A Hunch Keep reading »

The Do’s And Don’ts When You Get Busted Lying

Caught fibbing? Here’s how to save your butt from complete and total humiliation. Keep reading »

Your Spending Secret Is Out

According to CNN.com, 29% of people in relationships lie to their partners about their spending habits. Ha, we think 71% of people lie on surveys. Everyone splurges every now and again! And when you share a bank account, you have to sneak around with some of your personal expenses. Men like to spend money on gadgets and porn, while women wad out cash at salons and retail stores. But do you really want to fight about how you need your busted feet pedi-ed as much as he needs blonde bimbos to stream off the internets? No way! We say, in this economy, keep spending. And save the lies for important things….like when you want to pretend you made dinner and throw out the take out containers. [CNN] Keep reading »

The Matrimommy: Sometimes A Little Lie Doesn’t Hurt…

When you’re single, there’s not much need for secrets. You live on your own, pay your own bills and make your own decisions because you don’t have to answer to anyone but yourself. If you want that pair of $250 jeans but have no money, who says you can’t charge them? It’s you and only you that will suffer the consequences, so who the heck cares? Marriage, in many ways, means the end of this autonomy. That $250 pair of jeans? Someone else will likely see that you spent that much on them or recognize their presence, if not the Neiman Marcus bag they came in. And, odds are, he or she won’t be too pleased.

Before I got married, I engaged in all sorts of behaviors that I knew were dumb, but I chose to do anyway because I was my own boss. I knew my habitual enjoyment of Marlboro Ultra Lights and shopping extravaganzas completely incongruous with my paychecks were idiotic (The aforementioned jeans story? That was me. Every week.), but I didn’t care enough to stop. Once R. and I got hitched however, I realized I had to. We were living together now – sharing everything, and I knew I couldn’t be self-centered Chelsea anymore. Keep reading »

Lying About Plastic Surgery Is Bad

A 38-year-old woman had an expensive laser procedure done to her face, but beforehand, she told her husband she was merely getting a facial. When he found out what a mega-big deal it was, he flipped out. The woman thought it was a harmless fib, but relationships expert Dr. Pam Spurr says even a little white lie isn’t good for a relationship. “What was really going on? She felt defensive about trying to hold back the hands of time, confiding that she didn’t want her husband to know how much she worried about facial lines. As if her husband wasn’t aging along with her!” See, what she really should have done was asked her husband whether he wanted his face worked on, too! [The Times, U.K.] Keep reading »

The Bad Girlfriend Hides Her Vices

When I was a teenager, I hid all of my vices from my mom and dad. My high school boyfriend snuck in and out of our house so they wouldn’t know I was having sex, I kept perfume and eye drops in a boot in the garage so I wouldn’t smell and look so stoned when I walked in, and once I even hid my jeans in the backyard when I came home so drunk I peed my pants while trying to open the front door. For the most part, mom and dad remained oblivious to my shady behavior. (Except, sadly, my mom found the pee pants in the backyard before I could wake up, and threw them in my face. And a nosy neighbor once squealed to her about strange boys jumping out the window. Also, sorry, mom. I do hope I don’t have a daughter like me.)
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The Moment Of Truth Is So Uncomfortable

Watching an episode of The Moment of Truth is like watching a really brutal slasher movie where there’s a 50/50 shot the super hot hero lives or dies. You really want to look away, especially when it gets bloody, and the payoff is usually a major disappointment, but it’s still totally impossible. Last night’s episode of the game show was an excellent example of this as a marketing concept. The show’s host says that this episode is so controversial, it almost didn’t air, which is totally TV-speak for, “we couldn’t wait to freaking air it, it is that juicy.” Bleached-blond Lauren is the contestant, and her Mom, Dad, brother, sister, and husband are all in the audience. Lauren, who seems to have some loose morals and an on-the-rocks relationship with her husband of two years, is so determined to win the $500,000 cash prize that she answers truthfully about some of the most TMI questions ever posed on a television show. Was she still in love with an ex-boyfriend on her wedding day? Yes. Does she think she should be married to aforementioned ex-boyfriend instead of her current husband? Yes. Has she had sexual relations with other men while she’s been married? Yes. Does she think she’s a good person? Yes. Oh wait, NO! That one was a lie! You know what that means?! Lauren walks home empty-handed! However, we’re pretty sure divorce papers will be in her grubby paws any day now. [Fox: The Moment of Truth] Keep reading »

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