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The Baltimore Sun is running an interview with a private investigator and book author on the reasons of cheating and his experience with presumably affected clients. And according to Bill Mitchell it seems that opportunity is the key catalyst for infidelity and extramarital affairs that may ultimately turn married parents into single parents. And, males and females cheat for very different reasons.
Tiger Woods’ public apology almost sounded that there was reason for hope that his marriage could be strong enough to survive 13 mistresses. Now it seems pretty certain that Woods and Nordegren are aiming for the single parent lane. Nordegren is apparently building her case and sources close to her now say that a divorce is unavoidable.
Last weekend, we heard rumors that Tiger Woods and Elin Nordegren may be splitting and now we are seeing plenty of buzz that this rumor in fact may be true. And Woods’ efforts to repair what has been damaged may have failed already. Apparently, his wife and Elin and his kids will spend Christmas in Sweden, while Woods will stay in Florida, hoping for things to calm down.
If gossip paper News of the World is right, then there may not be much left for Tiger Woods to repair. According to sources the publication is quoting, Nordegren is simply keeping the peace over Christmas, but will be filing for legal separation and divorce soon thereafter.
We leave it up to you to decide how much truth may be in this report, but common sense suggests that 13 mistresses may be enough for Nordegren to feel that the golf superstar is not the man she thought he was and Woods’ relatively weak apology may be too little to convince her otherwise.
Some stories just make you wonder. Out of nearly 70,000 stories that have been published on Tiger Woods over the past 3 days, you can find plenty about mistresses, infidelity, sponsors dropping Woods and thoughts on how Woods should apologize to his family. But there is one that sticks out. Yahoo’s chief executive Carol Bartz described Woods’ infidelity as a gift to the struggling media and advertising industry.
Tiger Woods today announced that he will be taking an indefinite break from golf, after he had received an ultimatum from his wife, to do his “best” to repair his marriage to “become a better husband, father, and person.” Of course, common sense raises the question what may be left to repair in Woods’ private life given the colossal deception he engaged in.
Woods’ statement reads like an apology for receiving a speeding ticket.