Everybody is a relationship expert nowadays!
Everyone thinks they now why people are so prone to cheating and messing around but who has the real answers? From authors and actors to comedians and reality show stars we look at the advice that’s out there, we noticed male and female relationship experts don’t always have the same advice. Women are from Mars and men are from Uranus!
In anticipation of the premiere of Centric’s new show According to Him & Her, a battle of the sexes-type series which will explore relationships, friendships, dating and sex, we’re uncovering some of the top male and female relationship experts’ take on common relationship issues.
Let us know who you agree with in the comments section and make sure you tune in to According to Him & Her Friday, March 21, at 9P/8C on Centric TV!
“A man having sex outside of his relationship is very different from [a woman],” he says. “Once we shower and wash off, we cool. Please know that about a man. If he’s going to cheat, it has nothing to do with his emotional attachment to you or his feelings for you.”
Steve says cheaters make promises to their significant others because they know that’s what women want to hear. “Michele, there’s nothing wrong with you. You haven’t done anything,” he says. “Please release yourself. Let the baggage go.”
“Your ego and your intellect can tell you that [you] can rationalize it if you want to, but you’re not cheating on the woman,” Iyanla said. “You are cheating on yourself.”
“I don’t have all the answers [for why men cheat], but I can say that most mothers raised their daughters to believe that if you cook, clean, thoroughly take care of your man and go all out for your man, that should keep him home. Unfortunately that’s not the truth, but I will say to my daughter when she gets old and starts dating is, if you end up being cheated on, don’t own the cheat. Don’t make the cheat yours. It’s something in that skirt and those legs and whatever the case may be, and [he] decided to dip off. Does he see the value in his woman at home? Yes, but if he ends up dipping off, that spaghetti couldn’t keep him at home.”
“I’m just very secure in myself,” said Anthony. “You know, I can’t worry about what’s happening on the road. I know our relationship. I know we have a great relationship; he’s my best friend. And, that’s what I focus my energy on. If we think too much about what’s going on when we’re not there and checking phones and cracking email codes, like, that will drive a woman crazy. You have to be secure in yourself.”