3.) Go on The Amazing Race together: Lastly, scientists think couples who challenge and learn from each other fare the best against infidelity. After a series of tests where couples worked together on problem-solving and team work, those who experienced a victory together felt higher levels of commitment then those who were given a series of mundane tasks. In other words, you have a better chance of marital satisfaction if you keep things fresh, lively and challenging. Not too surprising. So, worried about infidelity? Maybe you two should finally go skydiving together. You've been talking about it for years, after all.
Readers, do you think some people are more likely to cheat than others?
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