You deal in absolutes; life is not, has never been, nor will ever be a set of absolutes. Everything in life has been, and forever will be a series of negotiations, concessions and settlements.
Placing 100% of the blame on Tiger requires no thought, no introspection - its' the easy way out. I've asked dozens of legitimate questions - and you've ignored each and every one of them.
That's what's so appealing to claiming victim-hood. The victim is never questioned as to their role in their situation. You said that in your experience (as in mine) no couple that had divorced had all the blame placed on a single person. Both people had flaws that led to the divorce. A marriage is a team effort - I didn't see any signs of a team effort in this case. Tiger was a meal-ticket, and Elin's having the kids was a way to cement that meal-ticket. It's a method that has been used time and time again; and I'm calling her on it. One could argue very easily the fact that she opted to have 2 kids, and then has two nannies is evidence that raising a family is not high on her list. It is, however, a great way to guarantee a life of leisure.
You’re very determined, aren’t you? Get help. Get a hobby. Something.