Cheating and infidelity usually are the downfall of a healthy monogamous relationship, but does cheating end a relationship?
The age-old question can you truly love someone if you cheat on them? There are so may viewpoints towards this question. Therefore, I did some research and found out a few of interesting facts.
- According to research studies only about 25% of men and 14% of women cheat in a lifetime.
- It is estimated that roughly 30% to 60% of all married individuals (in the United States) will engage in infidelity at some point during their marriage. However, the number one cause of divorce in the U.S is basic incompatibility.
- In the past, the contention was that men were more likely to cheat than women, but in the past twenty years’ women have become more independent. Which has led to more woman who are willing to step out of their relationship.
After reading these statistics it made me want to do some more digging on this subject. Therefore, I did two separate surveys via social media and face to face interaction. I received over 400 + answers to the question “Can you truly love someone and cheat on them”? About 60% of people said no you cannot cheat on someone if you truly love them. 25% said you could cheat on someone and truly love them and 15% said you can truly love someone and cheat on them if they cheated first.
What are your thoughts? Do you think if you truly love someone you could cheat on them? Let me know in the comments & if you liked this post please share!
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