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'Also, because there are so many divorced women out there now, they refuse to be pigeon-holed as hopeless singletons to be shoved in the corner like maiden aunts.
'These divorcees want new experiences - and by that I mean new lovers - and they increasingly feel they have some kind of right to go for what they want, regardless of the outcome.
Women are out for what they can get - and if that means another woman's husband, then so be it.
At a time when one in three marriages fails, the thinking seems to be that to ruin one or two more unions in your own pursuit of happiness won't make much difference.
To be such a wife immediately makes you a target, they told me - or at least it makes your husband a target, for predatory women.
Forget my somewhat naive assumptions about the traditional courtesies extended to single women at a social function, the truth seems to be that too many single women simply no longer respect a wedding ring on a man's finger.
She sat on the beach and openly flirted with all our husbands, including one whose wife was heavily pregnant.
'We wives found ourselves forced to become a coven, protecting our men from her advances. Women have become tougher in the business world and as they are used to getting what they want in the office, they now think that they can get any man they want, too - it has become one more thing in the list of achievements which a highflying modern woman aspires to.
To have actually got your hands on a good man - even had children with him - at a time when the dating game is a hellish shark-pool of hopeless men and desperate women.She has been on her own for four years since her husband died.'As a widow among a group of friends, you are immediately seen as predatory.This makes hackles rise among married women.' There are, of course, other factors contributing to insecurities experienced by married women.Widow Alison Sharman, 43, who has a six-year-old daughter and works part-time in IT, says that she believes that the issue of working women versus stay-at-home mothers has contributed to female insecurity.
One woman I spoke to, Susan Flemming, 42, a stay-at-home mother of three from London who is married to a successful banker, says: 'There has definitely been an increase of predatory women out there.