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By Burnett Munthali

Not being emotionally satisfied was the main reason 48 percent of men cheated, according to a study by Neuman. But marriage is all about being vulnerable to ONE person — which is scary.

If he can spread out his life’s intimate details between two people, he can feel less vulnerable (and dependent) on one person.

Love and cheating

And yet, the real answer to this significant question is this: It is absolutely possible that your partner does love you, did love you before, and will continue to love you in the future.

Infidelity does not mean that the love is gone or never existed. The reality is that you can love someone and still cheat on them.

Infidelity is always a terrible thing to have to go through in a relationship. It’s also more commonly done by men than women.

The Institute for Family Studies (IFS) reported from the recent General Social Survey that 20% of men cheat on their spouses compared to 13% of women.

Research from the past two decades shows that between 20 and 25 percent of married men cheat and between 10 and 15 percent of married women cheat, according to professor Nicholas Wolfinger.

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