Dr. Danielle Forshee, Psy.D., spoke with INSIDER about cheating myths that people need to stop believing.
“Boredom, sexual desire, emotional desire, loving their partner but the relationship is dead, excitement of newness,” mental health counselor, Dr. Danielle Forshee, Psy.D., told INSIDER. “The reason for cheating is very different for everyone, and depends on the individual’s personality, history, ability to manage emotional distress, conflict and communicate emotions.”
Most people just assume cheating is about one thing and one thing only: sex. Clearly, that’s not the case, and if we’ve got that wrong, what other so-called “facts” about cheating are actually false? Here are nine myths about cheating debunked.
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