This Is When You’re Most Likely To Be Cheated On, According To A New Study
Let’s face it, no matter how long you’re in a relationship for the honeymoon period just won’t last forever. In fact, getting past this stage helps test the strength of the relationship. But with every test also comes the risk of failing.
Now of course, when getting married, most people try to stick to their vows to stay loyal to each other, but the 7-year itch can prove to be quite a difficult task to overcome for many people in serious commitments. A term used by psychologists, it suggests the notion that around the 7-year mark of marriage individuals become a little distant with each other as their happiness and satisfaction with the relationship begins to decline, and the urge to stray gets stronger.
A research team from Israel looked into reasons why people who have been tempted to cheat have managed to resist. What they discovered, published in The Journal of Sex Research, was they were able to identify the most likely time men and women are most at risk of cheating in a marriage.