Are you inclined to infidelity? Experts believe that there are seven types of characteristics of people who are prone to adultery.
The US psychiatrist Dr. Kenneth Paul Rosenberg, who has been studying human sexuality and relationship issues for more than 20 years, has identified in his research what features are most commonly associated with adultery.
His research showed that seven types of characters are more likely to be more non-believable than others.
The psychiatrist says his patients are from different ages and from different religious or socio-economic backgrounds – from the so-called millennials, who matured with things that previous generations had not had the opportunity to get to know, for example online pornography, sex at first meeting and friendship with benefits, so to men and women in a crisis of middle age.
Three factors that influence adultery
Brain – the neurological structure and processes in the brain
Psychology – the mind we have developed through formative experiences that form opinions about the world, our place in it and how we see our own sexual life.
Culture – the environment in which we live with different perceptions of sex, love and adultery, affecting your opinions and the possibility of engaging in infidelity.
Research has shown that whether we engage in infidelity depends on the person’s environment and psyche. The most important factor is the fact that we can cheat: the easier it is, the more likely it is that we will engage in infidelity, after the famous “the opportunity makes the man a thief”. Cheating is not limited to only immoral or unmanaged personalities, the psychiatrist considers.
Seven features of individuals who are most prone to infidelity
When it comes to the psychological profile of people who cheat, the biggest factor that makes them love adventures is the feeling that they have the right or deserve to be cheated.
Narcissistic – they feel self-absorbed and put personal needs in the first place
Without empathy – they do not care about the partner’s feelings
Eemannians – overestimate their abilities, including sexual power and need confirmation of their abilities as lovers
Impulsive – make decisions without thinking about the consequences
Adventurers – thrills them when they “hunt.”
Fear of tethering – they fly out of a relationship in a relationship so they do not bind someone
Self-destructors or masochists – they enjoy being in bad relationships so they can not be alone.