Sometimes relationships can bounce back from infidelity, sometimes they don't, but we still don't know that much about why cheating happens.
There are a lot of good reasons to break up that don't come with flashes of lightening or red-hot fights. And, there are plenty of good reasons to break up, even if you're still madly in love.
And though there's a lot of debate about why people cheat, it typically comes from the point of view of the wronged partner trying to understand their partner's actions — it's less common to talk about the motivation from the perspective …
Or when you meet up to 'trade stuff', or some other random excuse that's really just a reason to hang out again— is that just me? Tell me that's not just me. The point is, it's all hot and confusing …
If you're in a long-term relationship or have been cheated on before, it's totally normal to wonder if there's a way to know if someone will cheat — if there are common habits of cheaters or telltale signs that someone isn't going to stay faithful.
How many of us really think we have a one that got away — and how does it affect our current relationships? Well, the answer might surprise you.
Cheating can completely destroy a relationship. While some couples can bounce back from it, others just can't. But is there a way to protect yourself against cheating when you're facing temptation?
Because debt is a huge problem in the United States and, even if you and your partner break up, you can end up taking their debt along with you.
But even after the breakup, it's not over. Your first relationship has a huge effect on the relationship that come afterward.
Typically, recovery after being cheated on can be incredibly difficult, but some new research is heartening — and it shows you may be luckier in the long run.