Frequently Asked Infidelity Questions

And The Answers!




Infidelity Questions

Frequently Asked Infidelity Questions

Q: Is it only individuals that are unhappy in marriage cheat?

A: No, according to polls and research there are individuals that report they were very happy in their relationship when they cheated.

Q: Is there any hope for the relationship after an affair?

A: Yes, there are many documented cases of couples that have made it through all the turmoil of infidelity. The road is a difficult one, but is can be accomplished.

Q: What are some reasons that someone will step out on a marriage?

A: Not Satisfied – While this is not a reason to cheat, many cheating partners cite lack of satisfaction as the main reason for their infidelity.

Immature – When you are dealing with an immature individual you will get a lot of immature behavior and unfortunately infidelity is one of such behaviors that occur.

Lack of religious beliefs – Individuals that lack religious faith are more likely to cheat than those that do have a traditional religious belie

Financially able – Statistics show that men and women that have a salary over a certain financial threshold are more likely to cheat when married. This is simply because of increased opportunities.

Q: What is the percent of marriages that will be affected by infidelity?

A: Statistics always differ when it comes to this question, and it is widely believed that the current stats are extremely skewed because there are a lot of people that do not admit to infidelity even when doing anonymous polls and surveys. With technology and the internet, it is also believed that the true number of people cheating in marriages in rising quickly.

Q: Is there really such a thing as "sexual addiction"?

A: According to Wikipedia: Sexual addiction is a psychological condition in which an individual has a severe struggle in managing his or her sexual behavior. Some sexologists prefer to call the condition sexual dependency or sexual compulsion. The existence of the condition is not universally accepted and its etiology, nature and validity is the subject of continuing debate.

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