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IN Lifestyle ON 07 Jan, 2016
Talking about sex and relationships, biological and individual factors have led to a lot of unacceptable (but non-criminal) behaviour such as cheating in a relationship.
My article focuses - men may cheat on more than women. But what factors are involved?
P.S. This is my personal views.
Well, many men are just born liars and this is equally true for women. Women cheating has a bigger stigma and is more shameful and this fear leads to women cheating less on men. Women are biologically supposed to lie as a counter to men's muscular advantage against each other.
Yes, and in the process, they lose everyone's often their own too. Women need to just get that one guy to show her worth while men need to win over more women to build their egos. Also, women tend to seek security and stability while men need adventure. All combined, men might cheat.
If he hangs out with his college friends, then he's got the boy still in him. Although all the boys are not cheaters, they certainly have second thoughts which might strengthen complications in relationships.
Well, if you are not the first, then the previous relationship or even other life events may damage a person deeply. Women usually tend to move on more easily.
Many men tend to get into relationships for sex and when the relationship fails to induce emotional attachment over the time, men get bored.
Now this one is bit complicated because men seek simpler things in life like sex, food and companionship. While women are driven emotionally and materialistically.
But for men, sex is a trophy and for women, it is more often a means to an end (payment, no offense intended). Basically for men, it is what they get and for women, it is what they give in a relationship.
Most often, men have difficulty in understanding the concept of love and lust seems to be the closest to it. Those who have such concept of love, it means, they are not ready and as the responsibilities grow, they'll seek another relationship which often leads to cheating.
P.S. This article is based on writer's views and opinions.
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