And what's that saying...once a cheater always a cheater. It certainly was true in their situation.
I think Donut is correct in saying that in most relationships if there is serial cheating going on you'd conclude that the person doing that cheating didn't love the other person.
From reading about Elvis Presley it seems clear to me that he had lost interest in his marriage and didn't care about it anymore by 1969.
Elvis probably was really into Priscilla when they first began living together but like all his other relationships he probably lost interest in her after a few years.
In Elvis' situation I don't know if his infidelities meant that he didn't love the woman he was with.
I recently discovered that Elvis was having affairs with other women while he was with Ann Margret.
I've heard several people say that Elvis was in love with Ann Margret and that she may have been the love of his life yet he was seeing other women when he was with her.
Barbara Leigh probably meant nothing to Elvis.
Do you really think he had so many affairs? When would he find the time?
Elvis Presley had a lot of affairs.
The greatest example of this is when Linda Thompson was his main girlfriend.
During 1974-1975 when Linda was his main girlfriend he was still dating at least 4 or 5 other women.
Elvis found the time somehow and I believe he was seeing other women while with Ann.
Once again-life is not BLACK or WHITE-you can not blanket anything and say its all one way or another.
Elvis loved Priscilla-and I think he never stopped loving her...especially after they divorced....Elvis no longer had her, and that made her even more appealing it magnified his first feelings he had for her in Germany....if Elvis cheating showed he could not love any one woman ever-then he never did love any woman because he cheated on all of them.
I have a few friends who have no qualms about cheating on their wives-they love the chase, they love the excitement and the sex-but they really love their wives. Ones wife got breast cancer and I can tell you he worried about losing her.....waited on her hand and foot-and the cheating stopped-she has been cancer free for 2 years now and he is still a changed man...the fear of losing her reminded him of how much he loved her.
I agree guys can be real jerk-but even jerks can love someone....in a jerky way.
Work in Progress!
I'd love to be cheated on. That way I'd know my partner still loved me, but he was just being a jerk and having some cake in the process.
Whichever way the men want to dress it up, cheating on your partner indicates you have zero respect for them and that it's more or less over. What is the point of playing away? man up, end the relationship or marriage and fill your boots. Don't expect any woman to understand that you love them if you're capable of cheating, it won't happen.
..........but he was 'Elvis'........and knew he could get away with it.......and he did.
"NO-ONE, BUT NO-ONE,IS HIS EQUAL, OR EVER WILL BE. HE WAS, AND IS SUPREME".Mick Jagger
Being in love and to love someone are two different things. You can love or have affection for someone and not be in love with that person and in this situation is when cheating happens. When you don't feel respect or the need to show it to the person you are comitted to you can't be in love... when you are really in love you are so in tune with your partner that you don't ever consider cheating and much less living a few parallel lives with other women.
You girls are thinking to much like girls Men are animals.
I did not know that Nick Adams was working on a book about Elvis in 1956 but I'm not surprised.
I just feel with so many books about Elvis out right now and because they have a lot of the same information in them that it wasn't worth me getting.
I read the interview with Nick Adams daughter on the Elvis information network and it came across as strange.