What Steps Can Be Taken to Prevent Infidelity?
For starters, many of the things which influence the likelihood that a spouse will cheat are difficult to control (see likely to cheat).
For instance, it can be difficult to limit how spouses spend their time outside of the relationship—social and work commitments often require spouses to spend a lot of time apart, providing an opportunity for cheating to occur.
And it can be even more difficult to control a partner’s level of attractiveness or a partner’s willingness to take risks—both factors that influence how likely a spouse is to cheat.
On the other hand, there are a lot of things that you can do to make your current relationship more satisfying (see healthy relationships). And people who are happily married are less likely to cheat.
- Blog – latest research findings on infidelity
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