Fiction Series/It Happened to Me
Good Women Are Better Cheats Than Men: I Cheated On My Honeymoon, And I Caught My Husband Cheating With the Same Person On Our Anniversary.
“Don’t cheat if you’re unhappy, just leave.” — Unknown.
My name is Serena, and my life as a good woman is messy. My marriage became complicated with unresolved baggage from me and my ex-husband.
Before I tell you my story, let’s learn a little about a good woman.
Who is a good woman?
The definition varies based on our experiences — politics, religion, education, culture, and family. Come up with your own definition, and feel free to use it.
The painful truth we need to know is good women are not saints; they lust too. Good women are human beings prone to make mistakes, and they are experts in covering evidence.
Too often, they do not get caught because they are masters in wrapping top secrets in their minds. I think most good women take their secrets with them to the grave.
Good women who cheated never let the cat out of the bag — they never reveal their secret to anyone, including their twins, best friend, or mother.
To make things better, society gives us the benefit of the doubt and puts us on a pedestal. True, women, in general, tend to be faithful.
Hold your peace; good women can cheat on their twins, best friends, spouses, etc.
Men who cheat get caught more often because they are careless. I am a woman, and I can efficiently multitask, and the men I know rarely do two things simultaneously.
My name is Serena, a good woman, and here is my story.
In 2018 I married Jacob. He was thirty-three, and I was thirty-five. We met in a Whole Food store in Cambridge, MA. We both came from different states to MA for a one-year business fellowship.