Guest blogger Charlotte: Men who are financially dependent on their wives and live-in girlfriends are five times more likely to cheat than those who make the same amount of money, according to a recent study.
Does this mean that my husband -- who's a stay-at-home dad -- is more likely to cheat?!
The study found that because being a stay-at-home dad can challenge "the traditional notion of men as breadwinners," some men may feel the need to prove their manliness by cheating.
I for one have never worried about my husband cheating on me. We love each other deeply and are too committed to our family to cheat ... or so I believe. But he is alone the entire time our kids are at school -- so am I just being naive about the risks? What do you think?