Partners in couples with very sexual life, more often cheat on each other
A new study proves that active sexual life is not a reason for marital fidelity.
It is believed that if a married couple has a busy sex life, then this is wonderful. But just now, scientists came up with the news that could fundamentally destroy the illusion "a lot of sex in marriage is good."
The Journal of Personality and Social Psychology published the results of a study conducted by scientists from the Department of Psychology at Florida State University.
The study was long and painstaking: for three and a half years, scientists monitored the family life of 233 young couples, carefully documenting their mood, details of their sexual life, the possibility of cheating and even a change in their matrimonial status. Researchers extracted all these data using meticulous tests and shameless surveys of married couples.
And that’s what turned out. In those couples which had “excellent”, “terrific” and “wow!” sex, cheating occurred more often than in those in which the attitude towards sex was neutral-friendly.
Scientists believe that the relationship between rich sex life in marriage and out of marriage (i.e. cheating) is related to temperament, sexual preferences of spouses and a more frivolous attitude to sex. That is, if the partners in a marriage are constantly trying something new, thereby qualitatively improving their sex life, they are not afraid of the idea of being close to someone else.
But those couples who do not lose their heads from sex and do not show miracles of acrobatics at night in bed, are less prone to cheating.
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