Tim Patten’s controversial book “Why I Cheat: Men, Marriage, and Cheating” provides enough footnoted reasons for sensible men to stay away from the agonizing experiences of marriage supporting new.
San Francisco, CA, March 18, 2014 - (PressReleasePoint) - Tim’s book “Why I Cheat: Men, Marriage, and Cheating” is a self-help guide for dating and married men who fall prey to the manipulation, bitchy and abusive demeanor of their women that pushes men to search for another way.
Revealing his stand on marriage, Tim says, “I began this book almost three years ago because two close friends with vibrant personalities got married only to find their wives abusive. I saw my friend’s wives complain and nag their husbands into states of friendless isolation and prisons of misuse. A year and a half into writing, I discovered inspiration in the growing Herbivore Men and MGTOW (Men Going Their Own Way) trends on facebook and youtube.” Tim said referring to worldwide developments called MGTOW in Canada, United States, United Kingdom, and across Europe. The Herbivore men movement is centered in Japan and fresh sprouts of the MGTOW movement have sprung up in India in 2013.
This book is a collection of 11 real-life couples’ stories with topics that help men break away from untenable situations of jealousy, physical and verbal abuse. “Marriage and monogamy can stop a man’s life and murder his libido,” Tim said. “Few men realize the dilemma in which they find themselves. Each story can help shine a beacon of light into relationship darkness and usher in free will.”