9 Signs Your Partner Is NOT a Cheater – Congrats!


9 Signs Your Partner Is NOT a Cheater – Congrats!

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6. He needs to be romanced.

Some men are more easily aroused than others, and a study conducted in 2011 found that men who need a bit more coaxing to perform in the bedroom were less likely to stray. Though always taking extra time in the bedroom can be an annoyance, it seems it may be worth the investment.

7. You get a good vibe from him.

It’s always wise to trust your gut, whether it is giving you good news or bad. If you’re not sure about the vibe, ask friends and family for their honest opinion. Researchers at Brigham Young University were surprised to find that strangers could accurately determine whether or not couples were faithful to each other after watching just 4 minutes of a videotaped interaction between them. Infidelity radar may be a real phenomenon and some people may truly be able to spot a cheater just by looking at him.

8. Your financially even.

A study printed in the American Sociological Review revealed that both men and women are more likely to cheat if there is a large gap between their earnings. It seems he is more likely to cheat if he makes significantly more or less than you, with the likelihood if infidelity seemingly based on the size of the income gap rather than which partner is making more.

9. He feels loved and appreciated.

Human beings have a psychological need for acceptance and love. Even men need to feel respected and appreciated by their partners and are more likely to stray if they don’t. More men cheat because of emotional dissatisfaction than sexual desire, so remember to sing your man’s praises often and show him that you mean every word.

Relationships are always a bit of a gamble, but trusting another enough to hand them the power to hurt you is part of what makes them special. Go ahead and take the risk, but do so in a measured and intelligent way. Look for guys that display these traits and you’ll minimize the risk of infidelity and heartbreak.

 
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