Facts About Cheating
According to some new surveys, computer networking guys are near the top of the cheater list…right up there with other rich professionals like bankers and lawyers. And 40-something married fathers of two are most likely to cheat in a marriage. As for women cheaters, they are most likely to be stay-at-home moms, teachers, and health care workers.
Those results come from PRWeb.com. Here are some more current stats:
Research shows that up to 3% of all children are the product of infidelity, and most of these children are unknowingly raised by men who are not their biological fathers.
Some cultures have adopted extreme measures to combat infidelity, like DEATH as a punsihment!
Although men are more likely to cheat than women, as women become more financially independent, they act more like men in regard to cheating.
In many cases, infidelity never gets discovered…and the cheater gets away with it.
Emotionally, it IS possible to have feelings for more than one person at a time…but LOVING more than one person is difficult to do.
Office romances continue to increase. Spouses often spend more time with coworkers than with each other.
The initial decision to be unfaithful is rarely ever a rational choice. It is usually driven by one’s emotions. In fact, most people are surprised by their own behavior at the start of an affair.
Emotional infidelity can inflict as much, if not more, hurt, pain and suffering than just the physical act itself.
Unfortunately, many people find a more suitable mate AFTER they are already married.
Biological evidence shows that long-term monogamy is difficult for humans to achieve…but NOT IMPOSSIBLE.