Jealousy… Anger… Fear… Frustration… Confusion…;
These are the most common first emotions when you first suspect your partner of Cheating.
Do you think your partner may be cheating on YOU?
Do you trust your partner completely and think there’s absolutely no way they would ever cheat?
Well, think again…
More people than ever before, thanks to the internet, are cheating on their partners.
With online dating sites, social networking sites, video chat rooms, email and instant messengers, it’s easier than ever to meet someone, have an affair – and get away with it.
Check out these really scary statistics from CheaterCheckers.com.
- 1 in 2 people in a relationship cheat on their partner
- 9 out of 10 women who feel their partner is cheating are correct
- 50% of men who feel their partner is cheating are correct
- 57% of women cheat on their partner
- 3 in 4 married men cheat on their partner
- 2 out of 3 people being cheated on never find out
If you’re like me, you know that people cheat, but those numbers are much, much, much higher than I ever would have guessed.
Now if you know Dan and me very well, you know that we don’t believe in the whole partner ownership thing.
However, if you have made an agreement with someone to stay completely monogamous (Yes, you actually talked about it. Not just ‘assumed’ that’s how it would be.), and then you go behind your partner’s back with another person – that’s lying and you’ve broken the trust between you and your partner.
Without trust, you cannot have a truly intimate and loving relationship.
Our thoughts are that if you really find another person incredibly attractive and it will bring you joy to have sex with them – talk to your partner about it and if it seems like a good thing to do and both of you are OK with it, then go for it.
Again, we don’t subscribe to the whole ownership and jealousy thing. You cannot own another person, and if you really love them unconditionally, you will want them to do whatever brings them joy and happiness.
Unconditional Love means that you place no conditions on your partner (or anyone else for that matter) as to how they must behave, or who they must be, in order to receive love and acceptance from you.
Here’s a great article and another perspective on unconditional love from Roy Klienwachter, author of several books and hundreds of articles on the subjects of New Age Philosophy and Spirituality.
What we find most of the time is that when we are attracted to another person, it’s mostly the thrill of the chase…
Talking about it openly with your partner will very often diminish the perceived excitement of the other person because suddenly it’s no longer taboo or forbidden. Also, we’ve found that if you talk about what you find exciting about the other person, you may both get so aroused you’ll have the best sex you’ve had in months.
If of course, you can get past the whole jealousy ownership thing…
Trust me, it’s better to just to be open and honest with each other.
If you want to find out for certain, right now, if your partner is cheating on you, download How To Catch a Cheating Spouse today.