So, he cheated on you. Now you are wondering whether he will change.
According to a major study which was conducted in North America and Europe, some people can change, whereas others can’t change (and never will). Also, some behaviors can be changed, but other behaviors can’t be changed at all. Now please let me explain.
According to the National Health and Social Life Survey, 40% of married men, 16% of cohabiting men and 37% of dating men engaged in acts of sexual infidelity; by contrast, only 1% of married women, 8% of cohabiting women and 17% of women in dating relationships cheat on their partners.
Yes, you read that right. 40% of married men cheat on their wives (some wives just don’t know it & the statistics only include men who have admitted their affairs, so you can imagine how many men never admit their affairs).
Men and women view infidelity differently. The female sexual desire is often tied to her emotions. The male sex drive, on the other hand, is based more on physiological factors than it is on psychological elements.
It’s for this very reason that your self-image takes a nose dive when you find out that your wife had an affair. Relationship betrayal makes you question your self-worth.
Doesn’t she find you attractive anymore? Maybe you’ve become boring. What does the other guy have that you don’t?