Movies of the week
Since the inception of cinema, infidelity remains a hot topic of discussion. Following the trend, ‘Take This Waltz’ movie revolves around a happily married woman, overpowered by infatuation towards a good-looking neighbor. Earlier, we used to hear that if a couple fails to balance out their likes and dislikes, they have started to plant the seeds of infidelity. On the contrary, nowadays, even the matches made in heaven are expressing adventurous streaks, by seeking flings outside marriage. The world order is changing. Somehow, the ethics & moral codes are fast losing ground.What can be reasons for infidelity becoming a necessary evil, as hinted by brave movies like ‘Take This Waltz.’
Perhaps, due to the following reasons………
This era of steep price rise requires men and women to work for making ends meet. By the time they are back home after the day’s hard labor, they are left with negligible energy for personal talks, leading to a gaping communication void. As the situation worsens, the scope for infidelity becomes higher.
A point to be noted is that infidelity does not always accompany physical intimacy. It’s basically a make-shift arrangement to fill the voids in married life, which can a communication gap for many.
Likewise, if a husband goes for one-sided intercourse with his wife and doesn’t give a serious consideration to whether she’s in the mood for the act or not, he’s becoming a source of immense emotional discomfort for his partner by just treating her as a commodity. In such cases, women feel the urge to seek meaningful sexual encounters outside marriage.
Many marriages look healthy from the outside, but unless we look deep down, the reality cannot be encountered. The rate of rise in instances of infidelity is alarming, making it a strong reason to look deep into the problem.