Red flags in dating divorced men

The one who cheated or the one who's devastated by it?'It's not a conscious choice but it does happen: the child grows into an adult who abhors cheating but finds themselves doing it.A relationship with someone attractive is definitely more vulnerable to threats than one with someone who isn't so appealing, especially if you're going through a rough patch.Interestingly, how good-looking your partner thinks they are is almost as important as how attractive they actually are.Find out the circumstances behind why they did what they did.

A Rutgers University study found 56 per cent of men and 34 per cent of women who had affairs were happy with their partners.Other research has found people who watch porn and masturbate are less likely to cheat than those who don't.You would think that a child who'd witnessed a parent having an affair and being found out would make them less likely to cheat. Watching the devastation affairs cause prompts our protective subconscious to ask: 'Who would you rather be?No-one can predict whether your partner is going to betray you by cheating.But, thanks to research, we now know there are certain factors that predispose people to being unfaithful.

A true serial cheater has no moral compass and will often see nothing wrong with being unfaithful.

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Red flags in dating divorced men