Money may also be a factor; males who earn significantly more than their female counterpart are more likely to cheat.
But they’re also more likely to cheat on their wives if they are stay-at-home dads.
Only when both partners have similar earning potential do the chances of either cheating decrease significantly.
Of course, many other life factors can lead to infidelity;
from unresolved emotional issues, baggage from past relationships and...excessive alcohol intoxication.
Unfortunately same-sex partnerships have not been studied enough to gain any clear insights,
highlighting how scientific research continues to exclude specific minority groups.
Either way, cheating is clearly based in biology and genetics for some of us, in spite of being a monogamous species.
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Jane McGonigal explains how to cultivate greater resiliency in everyday life by using the mental strengths you apply to game-playing.
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