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Stay faithful and reap the rewards of life-long love
Loyalty and faithfulness may sound like mundane, old fashioned concepts but research shows they are vital to emotional and physical health. Married people live longer, more productive, healthier and happier lives especially if their marriages are happy and monogamous.
People who are married and faithful in their relationship are at a huge advantage. Being in a good faithful relationship confers huge benefits on people.
A modern malaise: treating people as objects
In our throwaway society attitudes to material goods can filter through to how we view and act in relationships.
The thought that "this will do until something better/more exiting/younger comes along" is to treat a partner like a material object. Having your cake and eating it can be bad for everyone.
Instant excitement can make you and others unhappy in the long term
Paradoxically, seeking excitement through unfaithfulness as an attempt at securing happiness usually does just the opposite.
Having an affair may be symptomatic of wider problems within a marriage or relationship and may signal the end.
But if it's an addictive pattern and happens frequently even when everything is ok within the main relationship then it is even more destructive.
The grass always seems greener
Of course the grass is always greener on the other side (or at least so it seems) but to be constantly unfaithful to someone is to treat them with small regard and respect. Part of the addictive cycle of being unfaithful can be the 'buzz' of 'leading a double life', of the deceit, of the fact of 'having a secret.'
Maybe you confuse excitement with happiness. This is like mixing up the buzz you get from too much sugar with the long term benefits and nutrition and health you get from reliable regular and satisfying food.
If you are reading this, chances are you are dissatisfied with what may feel sometimes like a compulsion to stray; to be unfaithful. It is not a strategy that is working for you - not really, and certainly not working for your true relationship.
You'll have noticed that certain 'types' may be attractive to you or that certain situations arise that provide opportunity. The fact is that you can begin to resist these temptations and therefore become a stronger person.
Whether you are currently being unfaithful to your partner and want to find the strength to break off with them or you are contemplating a first time affair or are just sick of being plagued by guilt Stay Faithful can help. It helps treat repeated unfaithfulness and tackles it as an addictive state.
Download Stay Faithful now and truly absorb all the reasons you want to be true.
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