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Can you identify what a new, good, happy relationship looks like to you? A study published in Archives of Sexual Behavior found those who strayed in their first relationship were three times more likely to stray in their next relationship. ddivorced
Do you understand what went wrong in your relationship? We do what is comfortable instead of what is right.
Create a marriage map. A variety of reasons, says Weiss. Why do people feel compelled to micro-cheat?
They also discovered a tendency to put your partner above all others by devaluing or downgrading the attractiveness of potential romantic partners lowered the risk of infidelity. And those who suspected their partners were stepping out on them were four times more likely to think their next partner was as well.
And, have you made as much peace as possible with your ex and the divorce? It depends on how often the eye wanders, and when it does, if it lingers. Is micro-cheating the same as a wandering eye?
So, if you were married to a narcissist, without the knowledge of what a narcissist acts like in the beginning, you may find yourself on the same dysfunctional merry-go-round again. Make a list of five to 10 leople that bring you joy, and start to do them again. Human beings are usually creatures of habit.
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If not, beware. What makes you happy?
Start doing things that make YOU happy. Recent research from Florida State University examined how couples married for just over three years reacted to photos of potential partners.