Why relationships based upon cheating usually don’t last and often end when one or both partners cheat on each other. Why it’s always better to start a relationship with someone who is single and available instead of trying to rip off someone else’s lover.
In this video coaching newsletter, I discuss a recent scientific study that examined relationships that were based upon cheating versus relationships that were not based upon cheating. I go through seven of the key take-aways of the study, and discuss each of them.
It’s more scientific proof of what I talk about in countless videos, articles, and my book about why you shouldn’t date people who are cheaters or try to rip off other people’s lovers. In my experience, if you date someone who is cheating on someone else, eventually they will cheat on you if you become complacent and don’t court them properly for even a short period of time.
Here are some interesting nuggets of information from a recent study on the effects of starting relationships based upon cheating, versus starting relationships that are not based upon cheating:
1) 63 % of men and 54% of women are in relationships as a result of cheating.
2) Cheaters tend to be less committed to their new partners who they cheated with.
3) Cheaters tend to say they have lower levels of satisfaction in their current relationships.
4) Cheaters also tend to show continued interest in other lovers.
5) Relationship participants from non-cheaters have less interest in other lovers.
6) Non-cheaters have higher levels of satisfaction in their current relationships.
7) Cheaters tend to be socially passive, not nice to others, careless, irresponsible, and narcissistic.
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“Statistics show that relationships that begin based upon cheating, will usually end up with one or both people cheating from the new relationship on each other. Why? People who are disloyal, who are deceptive, and who don’t value a commitment or the sanctity of a relationship don’t see anything wrong with, and feel no remorse for cheating when they are unhappy. Therefore, if you become involved with someone who is cheating on someone else with you, they will stay loyal only provided they are happy and their needs are continually met. However, once they become unhappy, fearful of the future, or their needs aren’t met, they most often will choose to get their needs fulfilled by someone outside of your relationship. If you think you are going to be different, and they won’t cheat on you because you are special or think you’ll be different, then you are deluding yourself and ignoring reality. If you want to feel safe and secure in your relationship, then never date a cheater and only date people who are single and available, and who place a high value on loyalty, commitment, and communication.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne