Once a Cheater, Always a Cheater?

The audio of Tiger Woods leaving a voicemail message for his alleged mistress, Jaimee Grubbs, was released on December 2, 2009, by US Weekly. Any doubt that he had been unfaithful to his wife, Elin Nordegren, was immediately erased.

Audio: Tiger Woods Voicemail Message
"Hey it's Tiger, I need you to do me a huge favor. Can you please take your name off your phone? My wife went through my phone and may be calling you. So if you can, please take your name off that. Just have it as a number on the voicemail. You got to do this for me. Huge. Quickly. Bye."

However, even if Tiger grovels for forgiveness, you cannot blame Elin if she questions whether he can be faithful in the future. Will Tiger — and other cheaters — stray again? The answer may put nerve shocks but makes total sense.

“A small number of men have an addiction to cheating — regardless of what their relationship is like. But most men stray because something is lacking in their union, be it $e×, attention, or even excitement,” says Don-David Lusterman, PhD, author of Infidelity: A Survival Guide.

A man's unhappiness has been building for a while by the time he cheats. He may not even know how close he is to being tempted until presented with an opportunity. Whether he can be faithful after really depends on how he and his partner deal with it together. Both need to address the root cause of the problem.

For many men, the issue may be $e× life. So learn to gauge each other’s contentedness. You can usually tell — if you look for it — whether he’s craving for more. If the issue is that he feels neglected, sticking by his side more often can help. Once he realizes that he no longer has to compete for your attention, he may be less likely to seek it from others. If the issue is lack of excitement, talk it over and find ways to be creative. Flat relationships could bore a man. Spice it up!

Some men are addicted to cheating. Mostly, men stray because something is wrong with their bond. Fix it and you significantly lower the odds of it happening again.

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OSI Christmas Party 2009 in Action

We had our company Christmas Party last Saturday. It was held at the rooftop of Apple Tree Suites. The Christmas party venue is simple yet elegant; and you could feel and smell the refreshing cool breeze of December. If you were planning a company Christmas party for approximately less than a hundred heads, the place would be perfect.

It was a bit odd but I had a strange feeling of sadness and loneliness. I missed some friends, oh, how I wish they were still here to attend the party. So much with the blues. Keep the party rolling! :)

Rhumer started the party with a solemn song prayer followed by an opening remark from our generous COO. Everyone's face was so serious but when the emcees, Orson and Danessa, announced the surprise presentation number from surprise guests, heads turned with eager faces. Everybody was alive when the song played and the team danced...

I gotta feeling...
That tonight's gonna be a good night
That tonight's gonna be a good night
That tonight's gonna be a good good night

Yes, tonight's gonna be a good night! What a great number to start the show!

Another very interesting part was the first ever search for OSI Idol! Team representatives highlighted their talents and shared their golden voices and humor.

Presenting to you our talented OSI Idols!


Bong with his palaboy back-ups Julius and Eric
the BIG Winner and the crowd's favorite!



After so much enthusiasm, it's time to fill-up and energize.

Eat! Eat! Eat!
The foods are great!
Eat! Eat! Eat!
Until our stomachs ache!

Who could miss the Christmas frolics? Everyone has to participate on the games and we did with excellence! I did not get one of the grand prizes but I truly enjoyed the experience. Thanks to Dennis' creative brainpower. Hope there would be more next year!

Lastly, but definitely not the least … the most entertaining performance of the ODS and IT team.

Saving the BEST for last! This is another company Christmas party to remember!