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It takes ‘TWO’ to tango…So why do women ‘WAR’ with the other-woman, when her man cheats? Tonight on Conversations Of A Sistah


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It takes two to tango…and two to cheat, yet some women solely blame the other woman when the infidelity has been exposed. Especially since both parties are equally responsible and all matters should be focused on the betrayer, the one who is actually in the relationship. So why are women so quick to attack and lay fault on the other woman?

And don’t get me wrong, the other woman, his mistress and/or ‘side piece’ should bear some responsibility as well, especially if she knew the man was married or in a relationship. Although it can be argued that she doesn’t deserve the majority of the blame, it does actually take two to tango. Yet the man will take pleasure in knowing women are squabbling over him.

So why do women feel compelled to battle and be hostile towards the other woman because of her man’s cheating, whorish ass ways?

Join me tonight at 8:00 P.M. on “Conversations Of A Sistah” via “Conversation’s Live” as I answer the question: “Why do women ‘WAR’ with the other woman, when her man cheats?

You can access the show here! In the meantime, sound off on this Conversation until we meet on the air!!

A hot mess!, Pat Robertson, Televangelist, Wrong advice

Evangelist Pat Robertson tells wife with cheating husband to be grateful she has him!


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This man is definitely not standing on the principles of God and I pray to God that this woman didn’t heed his advice as her final resolve. Proof ladies and gentlemen that you lean on God for direction not man!!!

Televangelist Pat Robertson told the wife of a cheating husband during Wednesday’s episode of his daily television program, ‘The 700 Club “To stop talking about the cheating. He cheated on you, well, he’s a man.”

The infamous evangelist was responding to a letter he had received from a woman who had admitted to struggling  with forgiveness.

The evangelist advised the woman saying the following:

  • To stop focusing on her  husband cheating because that is the ‘tendency of man’
  • He also suggested it wasn’t the man’s fault  as modern society is filled with temptations
  • The wife was told ‘to make a home so wonderful that he doesn’t want to wander’
  • ‘Thank God that you have a marriage that is  together and that you live in America and good things are  happening,’ said Robertson

The bottom line, he told her to get over her man’s infidelity and start doing more to ensure he doesn’t have reason to wander. You can never tell a married man or woman how to handle the infidelity of a spouse but you sure as hell don’t tell them to accept it as it is the highest form of disrespect. Disrespect for the marriage and the spouse, which is never acceptable.

Robertson is the same evangelist who said “God told him Mitt Romney would win the Presidential election” And we all see how that turned out.