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'For example, if a woman has been staying at home to raise her children, and then at a party sees her husband talking to a career woman who seems fresh and interesting, she will feel terrified.

'There is this sense among a lot of wives that they are waiting for this kind of thing to happen, and they think: "Aargh, here she is," ' Like me, though, Alison feels that most married women are overreacting.

'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.

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What's happened to old-fashioned good manners and generosity of spirit?

Isn't it polite when you see a woman on her own to encourage your partner to talk to her or even dance with her?

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.

Why are today's married women so insecure, clingy and proprietorial?

Have they really lost the trust most wives once instinctively felt in their relationships?

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.

The old proprieties surrounding marriage have been swept away by the aggressive 'must-have' attitude of an awful lot of modern women.

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