Author Tim Patten describes his new self-help book, “Why I Cheat: Men, Marriage, and Cheating” (published by iUniverse), as a “hook up guide for men” providing role-models, courageous stories, and referenced facts to help men find quality girlfriends, discover selfless careers, and get more sex.
“Why I Cheat” is designed to liberate men from manipulative, violent or vindictive women by encouraging them to seek out a life of sexual pleasure. Each chapter contains real stories from men across the U.S. whose relationships with toxic women led them to seek infidelity as an escape route.
Within the book, Patten describes ways men can: “avoid enslavement and the trap of marriage”; “understand how monogamy stifles freedom and creativity”; “enjoy sexual adventures with an assortment of beautiful women”; and “uncover fulfilling careers.”
An excerpt from “Why I Cheat”:
“Russell never regretted leaving the security of his Census job to travel to Iceland, where he capitalized on his engineering background to research thermal earth technologies in use. He embraces the decision to switch careers from bureaucracy back to an engineering focus. Not being tied down by matrimony, he owns the freedom to pursue this dream—a dream where creativity encourages him to do things beyond society’s norm.”