Let's face it, no one wants to date a cheater but oftentimes we don't see the signs our boyfriend or girlfriend is a shady little liar. Forget him turning off his phone for hours or her being less affectionate. Is your girlfriend blonde? Is your guy addicted to Twitter? Through journal studies and surveys of the users on cheating websites, science seems to know exactly what makes someone more likely to be unfaithful.
As crazy as it initially seems, it is possible for a marriage to get even better after an affair. Marriage and Family Therapist Jenny Glick tells you how.
Cheaters are more likely to be rock fans? They're happy in their relationships? Here are a few things that you may have never known about cheaters, but probably should because, you know, there are many of them out there.
To be clear, an Affair can be defined as a sexual relationship taking place outside of a marriage or a monogamous relationship. This can be differentiated from an Infidelity which can be defined as a disloyal or unfaithful act that may or may not include sex; such as an emotional involvement with someone outside of the relationship.
A new study claims that women are more likely to cheat on their man if he has big balls, but it's not the only research-proven factoid that had us do a double-take.
Marriage and money is a tough situation to navigate. But when infidelity gets thrown into the mix, things become even stickier. A pre-nup is a great tool to have, but what if you're caught off guard? Here's how to keep everything in balance when life throws you a curveball.
This marriage therapist explains the many reasons people have affairs, and what they mean for your relationship. Despite the ability for an affair to promote self growth and a more honest relationship, you should be aware that the costs are high and it's an emotionally expensive way to learn.
This guest article from PsychCentral was written by Margarita Tartakovsky, M.S. Your friend tells you they have a secret they need to share: They've cheated on their spouse and need your advice on what to do. Do you suggest they tell their partner? Or keep the affair a secret? Do you share how you’d handle the situation?
Even the briefest infidelity can inflict major damage to you, your loved one and also your relationship. Healing is often possible, especially with the help of couples therapy, but prevention is far preferable. Yet many couples are reluctant to talk about infidelity for fear that even mentioning the term might invite this dreaded phenomenon into your world In fact however, talking together about the following nine infidelity risk factors can significantly bolster your immunity.
Boredom. Sexual desires and curiosity. Unhappiness with the relationship. In need of an ego boost. Infidelity happens for a number of reasons (as confessions of cheating husbands will tell you), but why do men have more affairs? A new study sheds some light on the cheating mystery.
It may not have occurred to you, but if you are a married woman, be very wary of a sweet-talking single man who offers an understanding ear – and maybe even roaming hands. A married client of mine recently relayed a story of a networking lunch that took an unexpected turn when the man let her know that he was interested in a type of business she had not expected at all. He knew very well that she was married – and a Mom – but that didn’t bother him in the least. Getting tangled up in a web of deceit
OkCupid conducted a top-secret study to discover that men actually prefer women who are looking to have an affair. Here's why guys are attracted to taken women.