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Asked by zhangsan520 on 12/17/2018 at 11:50 PM

Men and women can both cheat in a marriage. It is a common misconception that women rarely cheat in a marriage. Believing this myth can be very harmful. If you fail to recognize the signs that your wife is cheating then you may never discover the truth of the situation and that can be very damaging.

Is It Common?

Most people mistakenly think that women do not cheat that often. The real truth is that more and more women do cheat these days. While the number is not as high as men who cheat it is growing.

One of the reasons it is growing is that women are in the work force more now than ever and they are no longer stuck at home. In the past cheating was difficult because Kareem Hunt Youth Jersey , a woman did not really get out of the house unless it was with her children or spouse. Now with so much freedom women simply have more opportunity to cheat.

Cheating is not a gender issue. Anyone can cheat.

Top Reasons They Cheat

Women can cheat for many different reasons. However, women Patrick Mahomes II Youth Jersey , more often than men, tend to cheat due to emotional reasons. They are looking for something they are not getting emotionally at home. Maybe they found someone who will talk with them and actually appear interested in what they are saying.

It is not always physical Tyreek Hill Youth Jersey , although it can be. With women it is more about being appreciated and not taken for granted anymore. Women seem to be led to cheat when they feel the attention form their mate is no longer there.

Signs a Woman is Cheating

Women may not give off clear signs that they are cheating. However, you will usually notice that her mood changes. She may be happier or even a little short tempered with you. She may also just look happier. Look for signs that something is different in her mood. It can go either way. Good or bad Tanoh Kpassagnon Womens Jersey , but there will be some change.

Women are not likely to leave a trail that can be followed when they cheat. You will not likely find proof on their cell phone or other concrete proof. It may be something you need a private investigator to uncover a women cheating.

Private investigators are not cheap, so rather than spending all your money on them Armani Watts Womens Jersey , buckle up and dig into all the resources available to you. Get to know the signs.

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by Alessandra Cardone

ROME, Aug. 5 (Xinhua) -- A consortium of Chinese investors agreed to buy Italian A.C. Milan soccer team, putting an end to the 30-year-long ownership of Silvio Berlusconi and to an ""era in Italian soccer"", local media wrote on Friday.

The historic football club was sold by Berlusconi's family holding Fininvest to Chinese investors gathered into Sino-Europe Sports Investment Management Changxing Company for some 740 million euros (821 million U.S. dollars), according to a statement by the company.

The total value of the purchase included some 220 million euros of debts.

""President Silvio Berlusconi approved the preliminary agreement related to the sale of the entire stake of 99.93 percent held by Fininvest in the AC Milan,"" Fininvest said.

The binding agreement was signed by Fininvest managing director Danilo Pellegrino, and the representative of the Chinese investors, Han Li, and would be finalized by the end of 2016.

With the signing, the Chinese purchasers committed to ""carry out relevant capital increases and financial injections for a total amount of 350 million over a period of three years.""

""The Chinese consortium included Haixa Capital, the State Development and Investment Corporation (SDIC), and Yonghong Li, Chairman of the management company and main sponsor of the investor group, with whom Fininvest has been negotiating for some time until today's signing,"" Fininvest also stated.

With the takeover, Milan's both football teams have now a Chinese ownership. In fact, Chinese retail giant Suning Commerce Co Ltd agreed to take control of 68.55 percent of Inter Milan, the main city rival of A.C. Milan, for some 270 million euros in early June.

Italian media saw it as a dramatic shift in Italian football. They also recalled A.C. Milan team's successful path under Berlusconi, who had bought it in 1986.

""Under Berlusconi's leadership, the club won 28 competitions, hired 10 Golden Ball (winners), and showed spectacular soccer in Italy and Europe,"" Italy's main sport newspaper La Gazzetta dello Sport said.

The sport outlet devoted much attention also to the details of what it called ""a dramatic turn of events"", referring to the fact that a different group of Chinese investors, instead of those who had started negotiations, eventually signed the deal.

""The new Chinese consortium was born out of a split among the six original investors,"" it wrote.

The original group registered an irreconcilable rift on issues related to the A.C. Milan governance some 10 days ago, and ""three of the investors preferred to take a separate path by creating the vehicle called Sino-Europe Investment Management Changxing,"" according to the sport daily.

""Both Milan's soccer teams are now controller by Asian owners,"" senior sport analyst Gianni Mura noted on La Repubblica newspaper.

""This is the sign of a sea change in our football, and the end of an era in which Italian city soccer teams managed to survive, and even win in Europe, by their own means only.""

""Clearly, this is no longer possible,"" Mura added.

Milan-based Il Corriere della Sera spoke of a ""historic and sentimental breakthrough,"" in which the role played by Yonghong Li would prove crucial.

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