picture-16141fcq4srwul_sl500_I’m not sure how many of you have read Steve Harvey’s book, Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man: What Men Really Think About Love, Relationships, Intimacy, and Commitment, but there are some pretty insightful things mentioned in the book. One that stands out in my mind deals with why men cheat. In the book it says that one of the reasons men cheat is because there is always someone out there willing to cheat with them. This is so true, but I’ve never really thought about it this way. If you think about it this way women are a large part of the reason why other women get cheated on. Yes, it’s true that sometimes men go out looking for these events to happen, but we are the ones who allow it. Of course, there are other cases when women might not have known the full story, but we all have friends out there who are involved with married men or men they know are in relationships.

Let’s Discuss: Why do we continue to hurt each other like this? Have you been involved with a married man and continued to let it go on for years? Have you tried your best to break a relationship up and was MySpace or Facebook involved? Were you the one being cheated on? Clutchettes — share your experiences.

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    Healthy and running hard, Bush happy to be big fish in Miami
    DAVIE, Fla. — Under the hot August sun, when all his teammates understandably retreated to the locker room after practice, Dolphins running back Reggie Bush’s self-induced acclimation to South Florida would continue for at least 30 minutes.

    He’d run 100-yard sprints on one of the team’s two practice fields, harnessed into a device designed to drag sets of weights on the ground behind him. When that was done, he’d slam a blocking sled. Then he’d catch dozens of passes that would spit from a machine.
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    Bush never had to explain why he did it, everyday. You just knew: He had something to prove, something more to accomplish in a career defined by a strange acceptance in New Orleans that he was a nice weapon but not what so many initially hoped.

    But what more exactly did he desire? Eclipsing 1,000 yards? Staying healthy in an expanded role? Serving as an every-down running back? These have long been our general assumptions — all true, too — but far from Bush’s master plan.

    “I feel like there’s so much more,” Bush told me earlier this week, two days after surpassing 1,000 yards for the first time in his NFL career. “This is just the tip of the iceberg.”

    When I asked Bush if he’s capable of winning an NFL rushing title, noting the task often requires well above 1,500 yards, he did not hesitate.

    “Yes, I do,” he said. “No disrespect to anyone, but I’ve spent a lot of time studying different players, including Chris Johnson. I’ve watched a ton of his runs, especially during his 2,000-yard season. And yeah, I feel like I’m capable of a lot, but I’m not worrying about that yet. My mental focus is entirely on this next game. If I wasn’t, my priorities would be backward, and I wouldn’t be setting myself up to accomplish any of this.”

    Just as it was fair to wonder, given his body of work with the Saints, whether Bush would accomplish as much as he has this season, his confidence moving forward is surely to be met with more skepticism. But after a generally quiet season — likely because of Miami’s lack of success — Bush has created a decent argument.
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    Nobody with more than 200 attempts this year is averaging more yards per carry (5.0) than Bush. Only eight running backs have more carries than him. And his best work, which disputes concerns that he’d wear down too quickly, has occurred in three of his last four games, when he’s carried 20+ times.

    “I knew it was just a matter of opportunity for me to get the chance to show that I can be an every-down back,” Bush said.

    In Miami, under former coach Tony Sparano, he most certainly got that opportunity. Since the day Bush arrived in South Florida, Sparano spoke with conviction about his belief in the running back’s every-down potential, even in the face of criticism.
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    “I really have a strong belief that this guy can carry the ball on first and second down,” he said on July 29, his first comments after the trade with New Orleans was completed.

    This experiment is far from over, but it is off to an encouraging start, at least justifying to this point Bush’s decision to leave New Orleans in favor of exploring a new role. That decision wasn’t an easy one, causing Bush to reach out to a select group of advisors. Former Giants defensive end Michael Strahan was among them.

    “I think he was genuinely conflicted,” Strahan said Tuesday. “I felt like he looked at it as a crossroad. It wasn’t financial. That didn’t seem like a concern. It was all about what he wanted to accomplish as a player — and whether he had to go somewhere else to do that.”

    Strahan’s advice? You got the Super Bowl ring early in your career — now it’s time to chase other goals, whether 1,000 yards or a Pro Bowl or any grand plans that would require a more extensive role than the one designed for him with the Saints. Bush took the wisdom. And he ran with it.

    “I remember saying, ‘If I don’t chase this opportunity now, I’ll never forgive myself for not trying,'” Bush said. “I had different goals. It wasn’t easy to leave, but at the end of the day, I’d rather chase this vision than to never have tried.”

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    Bush’s late-season success could not have come at a better time. Had he not been able to quickly prove his worth as an every-down back in the first year of his two-year contract, there’s no telling what Miami’s next coach might have in mind for him.

    This, after all, was the only place willing to take a shot on Bush as more than a speedy role player used mostly on third downs. He now has plenty of proof that might alter the opinions of many. It remains to be seen just how much success Bush can garner in the NFL — whether he truly can mold himself into a rushing champion. But after a season in which he proved, through intense preseason training and a level of conviction about his own ability that few others saw, it seems safe to at least say he earned himself a shot.

    “I’ve always known it was within me,” Bush said. “I didn’t feel like I had to prove it to anyone. That’s the biggest factor in all of this: self-belief.

    “Now, it’s just about making it happen.”

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    I’m the other woman and am totally satisfied with it. Why? Well because it works for me. I get the benefits of a relationship without all the drama that goes along with it. I see him when I want, then send him home to his wife. Why would I want want this you might ask? Simply put, I have trust issues (am going through my second divorce and am not ready to deal with another relationship), I do not have time to devote to a man (have 3 kids under the age of 4 and work full time), and do not want to expose my ids to another man. I could probably give more reasons if I thought hard enough. I know he’s not leaving his wife. He told me that at the start. How do I rationalize it? He would cheat with someone else anyway. I don’t want to take him from his wife and kids. I just want to borrow him from time to time. We always meet at lunch in a neutral location and one night a week we go out for dinner. He never removes his ring. Its a symbiotic relationship. I get what I need without the stress of a commitment.