Unfortunately, infidelity seems to be extremely common in the world today. Almost everyone has experienced the emotional hurt of being cheated on at some point. Infidelity is one of the main reasons for breakups. However, a study seems to have some answers for those who need to distance themselves from unfaithful people.
The study took a group of people, divided them by sex, and administered a series of tests. As a result, they determined that there are two patterns of behavior, one associated with monogamy and the other with polygamy.
The study found that there are two types of strategies for couple bonds. On one hand, there are those who believe in "parental investment," they are more emotionally stable people, who prefer lasting bonds. Usually, have a restricted behavior related to monogamy.
And on the other hand, those who prefer mostly unstable relationships, who prefer to have more sex with different partners. These people establish an unstable relationship with their partners and their often short duration. Their behavior is not restricted and is associated with polygamy.
The data collected in this research is not enough to establish a pattern or determine whether a person will or will not be unfaithful to their partners. Blaming infidelity on a personality type just won't fly. Faithfulness should be governed by the rules of love and respect for your partner.