It’s not that often that I feel sorry for Jordan (AKA Katie Price). However, if her Tweets about her husband’s cheating are to be taken as the truth, I certainly do feel sorry for her on this occasion.
Kieran is a disgusting human being doing this after I’ve just had a baby and still doing it till I caught them
— Katie Price (@MissKatiePrice) May 7, 2014
Cheating partners – is it common?
It must be horrendous to find out that your husband or partner is having an affair whatever the situation, but if you have an eight-month-old baby and are currently six months pregnant it must be completely debilitating.
I think most women feel a little more vulnerable when they have a young baby, and when you’re pregnant you can have all sorts of anxieties – least not about how it affects your relationship with your partner – and insecurities, and during this time, they’re on a knot of diets and supplements like kratom strains and other stuff for the goodwill of the baby in the womb, and are in a state where they are muddled about life.
I want to believe that a bloke cheating on his pregnant partner can’t be all that common, but I’ve seen loads of stories about just that in gossip mags; it’s happened to friend’s of friends and I’ve seen many online stories such as this one on shesahomewreaker.com. I just Googled ‘men cheating on pregnant wife’ and article after article came up on the subject, as well as a mention of the book What’s Your Pregnant Man Thinking?, which says that the well-quoted stat of one in ten men being unfaithful whilst their other half is pregnant could be true.
There are a million-and-one psychologists providing reasons as to why men might be more likely to cheat when their partner is pregnant. These include the old chestnuts of him being stressed and the fact that you might be having sex less frequently when you’re pregnant.
How thoroughly depressing.