Do you like flirting with an attractive person when you are not with your partner?Or do you enjoy having a great conversation with an attractive co-worker or friend?
After asking more than 4,000 users about the details their infidelity, they found that many men thought their original partners were superior in other ways as well — only 25 percent of men said their mistresses were more interesting, too.
, found that men and women often cheat for similarly opportunistic reasons such as “people were hitting on me,” and “the other person was really there for me.” Sure, it takes more than being in the wrong place at the wrong time to cross the line of infidelity, but opportunity seems to matter more than anything else.
Clinical experience suggests that most cheaters are, in fact, trying to escape something else entirely—to embark on a (misguided and hurtful) journey of self-discovery, or a search for some lost identity.
“For these seekers, infidelity is less likely to be a symptom of a problem, and more likely an expansive experience that involves growth, exploration, and transformation,” psychotherapist Esther Perel wrote in known as the “streetlight effect”, in which an intoxicated man looks for his lost keys, not where he dropped them, but where it is well lit.
When you partner cheats, it’s almost never about you.
You may be a loving spouse, and your unfaithful spouse may love you very much.
The Independent Election Monitoring Committee (KIPP) has found that those human errors and technical glitches were behind the inaccuracy and the slow progress of entering data into the KPU’s vote count information system (Situng).
“We haven’t seen any allegations [of systematic cheating] to date, but the [glitches] should be of concern to the KPU.
People cheat for complicated reasons, studies suggest.