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Alex, from London, has two young children with his wife of five years - and he claims the family benefits from his decision to cheat and have affairs. He had sex with an older woman who was a director at his company after they got flirty at the work Christmas party.
At first he felt really guilty for cheating on his wife of five years, who was at home with their two young children, but says after a while he didn't really think about it. The first affair ended after six months, but he missed the thrill so went searching for other woman to cheat with - and ended up using the dating website for married people, Ashley Madison.
He tells The Mirror: "Early on the guilt was much stronger but over time I've learnt to compartmentalise it a lot more. It means I'm not nagging her.
Alex's infidelity began when he had an affair with a work colleague which lasted about six months. What do you think of Alex's reasoning? Have your say in the comment section below. One thing led to another. I had always had a desire to be with an older woman. When things came to an end he didn't plan to cheat again, however said he "got the itch" so started looking on affair websites, which is when he came across Ashley Madison in I don't keep anything on my phone.
But I'm having great fun and it benefits my marriage. Alex admits it would be better if he was open with his wife about the Married looking to cheat, but says he doesn't think she would understand. He ly told her he would like it if she slept with other men, and she was horrified at the idea.
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