YOUR PARTNER MAY CHEAT ON YOU IF YOU LACK SOME OF THESE FACTS
If cheating is to be blamed on anyone, it should ideally be on the person guilty of it.
Anyone who walks out of their relationship commitment or marriage vows to go be with someone else is the one who should bear the blame and all the shame of their actions, not their innocent partner.
That said, it has to be said, in the spirit of being circumspect, that sometimes, the person who cheated may be driven to it [in part] by some actions of their partner.
What does this mean? It means that sometimes, people’s decision to cheat [cheating is always a personal decision] could be unknowingly spurred by their partners.
Here are five ways in which that happens:
1. You no longer look after your appearance
Dressing well and being in good shape is important at all times. Grooming and keeping fit is just as important. If you let yourself go, the appeal you have to your partner ay dip and that could be a factor that pushes them to act on their selfish impulse to cheat on you.
2. You don’t give your partner enough attention
If either partner is neglected for too long because the other partner has eyes, time and energy invested in something (even if the reasons are valid), he or she may start to look elsewhere.
3. They don’t feel appreciated
Your partner may have been expressing unhappiness for a while now, either overtly or subtly. If the message just hasn’t been getting through, they may have decided to find a sympathetic listener — and more — somewhere else.
4. Always have something to complain about
Everyone wants peace. If a woman or man cannot find peace in the arms and company of their partner, there is every likelihood that they would seek it in someone else and when that happens, it won’t be long before s*xual relations follow.
5. How involved are you during intercourse
Bad s*x is universally hated. And where you are the type of partner who is dinterested or half-hearted about it every time, there is every chance you are adding to your partner’s frustrations.