On the one hand, it's easy to understand why people cheat. Sex and romance are fun and validating, and if you're attracted to someone, it makes sense that you'd want to engage in these activities with them. On the other hand, when people get into monogamous relationships, they usually intend to resist this temptation and enjoy sex and romance within their relationship. Then, something goes awry. What exactly that thing is will be different for everyone.
5 Reasons You May Feel Compelled To Cheat, According To A Sex Therapist
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We were sitting close enough together on the edge of his bed that I could feel the heat of his body without actually touching him. A nervous magnetism was keeping us closer together than necessary and, also, just slightly apart. So there we sat, thighs squishing against the sagging side of his bed, waiting for either something or nothing to happen. Matt and I had sex every day sometimes multiple times a day for the first two years of our relationship.
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Lets skip the intro paragraph of fluff and get right into the mix, shall we? The best way to predict future behavior is by examining past behaviors. First, you have to do the work to gain insight into the motivation behind your prior decisions to cheat. Are you self-sabotaging because deep down you don't feel you deserve a healthy relationship?
Discovering a partner has cheated on you can be devastating. You might feel hurt, angry, sad, or even physically sick. A study published in The Journal of Sex Research set out to explore this very topic. The study used an online survey to ask people who had cheated in a romantic relationship about the reasons for their infidelity.