115: How and Why Men and Women Cheat

How and Why Men and Women Cheat

What do men and women think about how and why they cheat?


Do they think differently?


Do they think the same?


What do you think?


Don’t think too hard about it, because the answer awaits you.


Listen to the latest episode of The Way We Think and find out right now how and why men and women cheat.



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Episode Title: How and Why Men and Women Cheat


The Woman: Alexis D’Anjou Follow Her on Twitter


The Man: Omar DeBrew Follow Him on Twitter



  • “If you’re insecure within yourself, you’re bringing that into the relationship.” – Alexis D’Anjou


  • “You teach people how to treat you.” – Alexis D’Anjou


  • “If you have to cheat you need to reevaluate the relationship you’re in.” – Alexis D’Anjou


  • “With change always comes a challenge.” – Alexis D’Anjou


Hot Topics:

  • Reasons why men and women cheat
  • The impact our upbringing can have on our likelihood to cheat
  • How women cosign men’s cheating ways
  • Who is the better cheater: men or women?


Personal Experiences:

  • Alexis explains why she thinks cheating is recreational for men
  • Alexis opens up about “allegedly” being a cheater


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Please leave a comment or a private message answering the following question:

Do YOU think that men cheat because women let them?


  • Destiny's Truth
    May 11, 2015

    Hey Jay, I really enjoyed the new format of the “Way We Think” podcast, because it allows me the listener to observe the similarities and differences. Great show, great guest and some thought provoking questions on this frequently discussed topic.

    I do not think that men cheat simply because women let them. Men cheat in my opinion, predominately because they lack integrity due to upbringing, a perverted sense of normal/what defines manhood or serious self-control issues. A woman can make it clear to a man that cheating behavior is not acceptable in their relationship, but only he can stop such behavior due to his commit and love for that woman. If a woman remains in a relationship when she is aware that her partner is a cheater, that does not mean that she gives him a pass. It may actually mean that she cares deeply for him and is working through her feelings before walking away from the relationship permanently. Thanks again for providing such a balance presentation of this “uneasy” topic.

    • Bree
      June 10, 2015

      I totally agree Destiny. Life is about “Choices.” We all have to learn to take full responsibility for our actions, and stop placing blame, passing the buck, and looking at everyone else to fault but ourselves. The reality is, we do the things we want to do, because we want to do them, (for whatever reason). Whatever we don’t want to do, we don’t do. That simple. Nobody can make you do anything you don’t want to do because you can always say no. We all have the self discipline within us to resist temptation, we just choose not to in some situations. It may not be easy to resist temptation, but it is definitely doable. Harriet Tubman did it, as well as the slaves that rode with her til the end. They chose to die rather than be slaves. Just like MLK chose to fight and die for the cause he believed in, rather than continue to live, and watch his people live with being discriminated against, and treated unjustly.

      • Bree
        June 10, 2015

        if they can do this then we can surely resist temptation.

      • Jay
        June 11, 2015

        Hey Bree! Thank you so much for taking the time out to listen to the podcast. I really hope that you enjoyed it and I appreciate you responding to Destiny’s comment and sharing your thoughts too.

        You can expect a shout out on an upcoming episode for comment and continued support.

        Thank you and God bless you!

        • Bree
          June 11, 2015

          Thanks Jay. Great topic 🙂

          • Jay
            June 12, 2015

            Thank you! It means so much to have your support.

          • Jay
            June 19, 2015

            Thank you!

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