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50 Questions To Never Ask Single People

We've all been single at some point in our lives. Actually, most of us will be single at numerous points in our life. There's nothing wrong with being single and many people actually enjoy not being in a relationship. With that said, single people can never seem to escape the pestering of their friends and family. It seems like everyone has endless remarks to make about the single lifestyle, and some things can just really get under a single person's skin. Whether you're the solo one or you're just looking to not offend a solo friend, you should check out these fifty questions to never ask single people:

  1. Why are you still single?
  2. Are you finally seeing anyone?
  3. Don't you want to get married?
  4. You know there are plenty of fish in the sea, right?
  5. Don't you think you're getting a little old to be single?
  6. How are you going to support yourself on your own?
  7. Don't you want to have children someday?
  8. Aren't you bored being alone?
  9. Whatever happened to *insert ex's name*?
  10. Aren't you afraid of dying alone?
  11. Who will take care of you one day?
  12. Do you think you'd meet someone if you lost weight?
  13. Why don't you try speed dating?
  14. How hasn't someone grabbed you up yet?
  15. What went wrong in your other relationships?
  16. Aren't your parents disappointed?
  17. Is the single life really any fun?
  18. You don't want to be a spinster, do you?
  19. Have you tried blind dates?
  20. Can I set you up with someone?
  21. Do you go to therapy?
  22. Isn't everyone your age taken already?
  23. When was the last time you went on a date?
  24. Who do you spend time with if you're single?
  25. Are you afraid of being loved?
  26. Have you tried reading dating advice books?
  27. Are you still hung up on your ex?
  28. Are you being too picky?
  29. Don't you feel like a third wheel ever?
  30. Are you putting yourself out there enough?
  31. Do you ever get lonely?
  32. Have you tried online dating?
  33. You're not being promiscuous, are you?
  34. Don't you think it's time to settle down?
  35. Isn't it awful going to weddings alone?
  36. Have you tried Tinder yet?
  37. Are you praying about it?
  38. Are you afraid of failure?
  39. Have you tried a new look?
  40. Aren't all your friends married now?
  41. What are you doing to meet people?
  42. How long has it been since you've had sex?
  43. Have you seen how your ex is doing?
  44. Are you really happy being single?
  45. How do you support yourself on one income?
  46. What do you do on your time off when you're single?
  47. When will you be walking down the aisle?
  48. Have you considered working on your personality?
  49. Why don't you want to be loved?
  50. Do you feel sad all the time?

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6 Things You Learn From Having Your Heart Broken

One of the hardest things to go through is having your heart broken. For many of us, it will happen several times throughout life. The hardest time will always be the first, because you just don't know how to bounce back. It turns out, heartbreak isn't as bad as it may seem. It actually holds a lot of valuable lessons. Read on to find out the six things you'll learn from having your heart broken:

1. You Create Your Own Happiness

The initial feeling after a bad breakup is that your happiness is gone. You wonder how you could possibly be happy without this other person in your life. With some time, you will find that your happiness does not depend on another person. You have to create it yourself. Heartbreak will teach you to seek out things on your own that make you happy. It may be learning a new skill or starting a new hobby. It may be playing a sport or making artwork. Whatever it is, you'll realize that you are creating happiness for yourself without that other person.

2. It's Okay To Be Vulnerable

There are fewer things that make you more vulnerable than having your heart broken. Whether your ex left you abruptly, cheated on you, or just moved on, having someone reject you in that way can leave you feeling very vulnerable. While vulnerability is a totally normal human feeling, it often makes people feel embarrassed. Many people associate vulnerability with weakness, but that's just not the case. Heartbreak will help you to realize that being vulnerable after a breakup is totally natural and nothing to be ashamed of.

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3. Time Heals Most Things

It sounds cliché, but the reality is that time really does heal almost anything. Immediately after a breakup, you'll feel so much pain and despair. It may feel like the end of the world, but this feeling will actually pass. You'll find that as time goes on, the pain gets less and less. Eventually you'll be able to think of your former partner and past relationship without feeling any pain at all.

4. You Need To Hold Yourself Accountable Sometimes

Self-accountability is a tricky thing for many people. A good thing that breakups teach us is how to hold ourselves accountable for what we do wrong. While your ex may be at fault for the breakup, it is still possible that you made some mistakes yourself. When you're healing from heartbreak, you learn how to look in the mirror and reflect on your part in the breakup. Were there things you could've done better? Are there things you'll do differently in your next relationship? Heartache is a very good teacher when it comes to self-accountability.

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5. You Learn To Love Yourself

A lot of people feel totally worthless and unwanted after having their heart broken. As time goes on, this feeling will decrease and you will learn to love yourself for everything you are. This is especially true if you stay single for a while after the breakup. Being on your own gives you time for self reflection and time to grow. You learn to appreciate all the unique things about yourself and all the ways you're a great person. In the end, you'll be more confident than ever before!

6. Getting Back Up Is Easier Than You Thought

When someone breaks your heart, the initial feeling will be to retreat. You've been knocked to the ground and you probably feel like you want to crawl into a deep, dark hole. The thought of picking yourself up and moving on will seem like the most difficult, daunting thing in the world. As time passes, you'll see that getting back up is not as hard as it seems. Being happy and even finding love again is a lot easier than you ever expected. Before you know it, you'll have your life back on track and you'll wonder how it ever even got derailed.

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5 Ways Healthy Relationships Change Over Time

Anyone who has been in a long term relationship knows that they are bound to change as time goes on. The ways that your relationship changes depends on the connection between you and your partner and the health of your relationship itself. Toxic relationships almost always get worse the longer you stay in them, whereas healthy relationships change for the better as time goes on. Find out five ways that healthy relationships change over time:

1. You Will Communicate More Openly

In a healthy relationship, it will become easier and easier to open up to your partner as time goes on. Couples who have been together for a long time learn to communicate more efficiently and express their needs in a constructive way. You won't feel hesitant to tell your partner when you're upset about something and you'll have no issues opening up about your feelings when necessary.

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2. You Will Encourage Each Other To Reach Goals

People in healthy relationships know how to encourage one another to achieve their goals. Whether it be getting in better shape or learning a new hobby, you'll find fulfillment and satisfaction in helping your partner reach new goals. It will actually feel like you achieved something together!

3. You Will Give Each Other More Space

When couples first get together, they typically want to spend every second together. As time goes on, you'll find it easier to give each other more space. In fact, you'll actually need your own space to keep the relationship healthy. Studies have found that couples who take the time to do their own thing and spend time away from one another tend to have better relationships. This is because spending too much time together can be smothering for your partner over time.

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4. You Will Find Compromise Easier

Younger couples often find compromise impossible. You may feel like you're giving up everything for your partner, or that your partner is asking too much of you. One of the biggest ways that healthy relationships change over time is the way compromising gets easier. You will have developed a healthy give-and-take, in which both partners have their needs met without anyone sacrificing too much.

5. You Will Want A More Easy-Going Lifestyle

Many couples find that as time goes on, they desire a more easy-going lifestyle together. The lively, busy life the two of you once led together just doesn't have the same appeal. This is especially true once the two of you have hit middle-age. It's likely that you'll both want to find a quiet place to settle down and live a more low-key life. You may find that thinking about the future is centered around relaxation rather than living things up and this is totally normal!

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The 6 Things You Should Never Do After Your Partner Cheats

Infidelity is a terrible aspect of many relationships and is a very common downfall of even the best ones. While there is no pain quite like that of betrayal, it's important to watch how you react if you have been cheated on. Emotions run high after infidelity and this can cause you to act out in anger. That's why you should be aware of the six things to never do after your partner cheats:

1. Seek Revenge

The pain of being cheated on makes many people want to retaliate. While you may want to seek immediate revenge on your partner, this isn't wise. Vengeful feelings only lead to bad decisions. Many people find themselves trying to get back at their partner by being unfaithful themselves, but this only leads to deep feelings of shame and regret. For this reason, do not act out in anger. Remember that bad choices cannot be taken back, and you will likely regret whatever revenge you try to enact.

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2. Share It On Social Media

Being cheated on can make you feel very vulnerable and you will likely seek solace in friends or family. While it is okay to go to your best friend or your closest family member for support, do not seek support from the masses. Many people make the mistake of sharing their partner's indiscretions on social media, seeking comfort on a larger scale. Sure, this may lead to an influx of messages of support, but you will likely regret it later on. Once your emotions have settled and your mind has cleared, you will be uncomfortable with the fact that you just shared such private info with so many people.

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3. Destroy Something Valuable

We've all heard the Carrie Underwood song “Before He Cheats,” which encourages women to destroy their partner's car after his infidelity. While it's a great song, do not do this! It may feel good to take your anger out on something that your partner really cares about, but remember that you can get into actual legal trouble this way. The satisfaction of destroying your cheating partner's car is not worth the night in jail or the cost of damages.

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4. Ask For Too Many Details

When a partner reveals they've been unfaithful, it's not uncommon to want every detail. You may want to know who it was with, where it happened, when it happened, and how often. With that said, it will only hurt you more to know every single detail. It's okay to ask for the basic who/where/when, but when you start asking for intimate details, like sexual positions or what may have been said between the two, you will realize that sometimes ignorance is bliss.

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5. Scrutinize Yourself

Infidelity is one of the worst things someone can do to their partner, because it immediately causes the one who has been cheated on to scrutinize themselves. If you find yourself in this position, try whatever you can to fight it off. Don't think of how the other person may have looked better than you or how they may have performed better sexually. Don't agonize over what you could've done differently to keep your partner from straying. All you will accomplish is tearing yourself apart. Instead, focus on moving forward, whether it be with or without your partner.

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6. Instantly Forgive

This is perhaps the most important thing to never do after your partner cheats. You may love this person. You may want to salvage the relationship. That is fine and understandable. However, you cannot immediately forgive what your partner has done. Infidelity is truly an awful thing to do in a relationship. Your partner has violated your trust and put your relationship on the line. This is something that should not be forgiven right away. If you want to stay together, you'll have to forgive your partner eventually – but not too soon. They still need to be held accountable for what they have done. Taking some time apart may be a good way to show your partner that you are not forgiving them right away, but rather re-evaluating the relationship.

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Is Your Partner Afraid Of Commitment? Here’s How To Tell!

We've all known at least one person who is a total commitment-phobe. They steer clear of long-term relationships. They always avoid official titles like “girlfriend” or “boyfriend.” They're terrified of taking a vacation “as a couple.” Oh, and they never ever want to meet someone's family or get to know their friends. They basically avoid any aspect of a serious relationship and they are known to bail on partners when they get too attached. While we've all known someone like this, what happens when you're the one dating someone like this?

Are you falling for someone who is afraid of commitment? Are you afraid that your new partner might jump ship at the first sign of things getting serious? It totally sucks to be in a relationship with someone who is afraid to commit, but fortunately there are ways to find out what you're dealing with before you get too attached.
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It turns out, people who are afraid of commitment usually give off some major red flags early on in a relationship. One major sign is their dating history. Have all of their relationships been short-lived? If they've never dated someone for more than one or two months, you may have someone who is a total commitment-phobe. Relationships typically stay pretty casual in the first two months. It isn't until the third month mark that people want to make things more serious. If your partner has a pattern of bailing before that third month, it could be because they are afraid of making the long-term commitment to someone.

Another major sign that your partner is afraid of commitment is a reluctance to be intimate. We're not talking about sex. On the contrary, people who are afraid of commitment have no problem jumping into bed with someone. We're talking about emotional intimacy. Are they very vague with you about their thoughts and feelings? Do they hold a lot back and refuse to really open up to you? It could be that they see emotional vulnerability as a sign of commitment. After all, most people only open up to someone they really trust and plan to keep in their lives. If your partner knows that they're going to leave the relationship shortly, they likely won't open up to you at all.

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A third and very important red flag concerning commitment-phobes is the refusal to acknowledge relationship titles. Have you been going out with this person for more than a month and they're still calling you a “friend?” If you're the only person they're seeing, the two of you are in a relationship and most people would consider you worthy of a “boyfriend/girlfriend” title. People who are afraid of commitment avoid these titles like the plague. As long as you're not officially their boyfriend or girlfriend, they can drop you at any moment. It's a lot easier to walk away from a new friendship than an actual relationship, right? Labeling you as a friend keeps you at arm's length and relatively disposable.

While these are not always foolproof signs your partner is afraid of commitment, they are in most cases. (We can't be right all the time, can we?) It's important to recognize these signs early on so you don't get too invested in a commitment-phobe only to have your heart broken!

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4 Realistic Dating Rules Everyone Should Follow

Is it better to be romantic or realistic when it comes to dating? While it may feel good to be a hopeless romantic, it's always wiser to be realistic about your love life. That's why everyone should follow these four realistic dating rules:

1. Let them know right away if you're not interested.

From the time you're a child you're taught to not hurt people's feelings. You're taught to always be kind to people, to compliment people, to encourage people, etc. This expectation is engrained in our heads and as we get older, it carries over into our love lives. This is why so many people have a hard time turning someone down. It's understandable that you don't want to hurt someone's feelings, but you're going to hurt them worse in the long run if you don't just reject them right away. If someone propositions you and you're not interested, let them know. Don't lead them on. Don't host their advances. This just leads them to believe that you're interested when you know very well that you are not. Rejecting them in the first place is nothing compared to stringing them along for some time and then rejecting them.

2. Don't have unrealistic expectations.

When it comes to realistic dating rules, one of the biggest ones to follow is to not have unrealistic expectations. This is not saying that you should settle. We would never advise you to settle for less than what you deserve. With that said, you can't expect the world from someone. If you're setting the bar too high, you're going to be disappointed by everyone. You need to recognize when you're being unreasonable with potential partners. Wanting someone to make millions or cater to your every whim and wish is unreasonable. Wanting someone to abandon their friends and family for you is unreasonable. Having unrealistic expectations like these is only going to leave you lonely in the end.

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3. Pay attention to red flags.

We cannot stress this one enough: Don't ignore red flags! Red flags are a blessing and they should always be taken into account. There's an old saying that goes, “When someone shows you who they are, believe them.” When you see something concerning about a new partner, accept that it is most likely part of who they are and how they'll be down the road. If you're in the early stages of a relationship and you're noticing major red flags, get out. Staying in a situation after you've seen the red flags is only going to lead to a disaster. You'll become more invested in this person and get emotionally attached, only for those red flags to become reality. Then you're left with a broken heart because you didn't get out when you had the chance.

4. Stop playing hard to get.

Someone, somewhere, sometime long ago, started telling women that playing hard to get would lead to a lasting relationship. They were wrong. For whatever reason, women have been led to believe that playing hard to get makes them appear more interesting, elusive, and overall desirable. It makes the other person believe that the woman is too busy to pay attention to them or that she's just not interested. In some cases, this makes the man work harder and chase the woman. In other cases, it makes the man actually believe that she is not interested and he moves on. For this reason, we suggest you abandon the idea of playing hard to get. We're all adults here. If you're interested in someone, you shouldn't play games. Let them know you're interested and see where it goes from there.

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5 Ways That A Bad Breakup Can Affect Your Health

Almost everyone has been through a bad breakup at some point in their life. While we all know that breaking up is hard to do, can it actually affect your physical well-being? It turns out, really bad breakups can have detrimental health effects. Find out five ways that a bad breakup can affect your health below:

1. Heart Issues

There may be an actual reason that they say breakups lead to heartache. A particularly emotional breakup can actually lead to issues with your heart, such as palpitations, tachycardia, and angina. This is usually due to the fight-or-flight response that occurs when our bodies are responding to a stressful situation. For some people, a breakup can be so bad that it triggers a drastic change in the electrical activity of their heart. While this is usually a result of the mental and emotional stress breakups cause, you should always check with your doctor if you're having any unusual symptoms related to your heart.

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2. Insomnia

Most people suffer from sleepless nights after a bad breakup. You're probably tossing and turning, over-analyzing every detail of the relationship and where things went wrong. This is totally common and should actually be expected. This is especially true when it was a longer relationship. You'll spend even more nights tossing and turning in this case. However, if this goes on too long, it's going to affect other aspects of your health. Lack of sleep can have serious consequences for your metabolism, digestive system, and mental health.

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3. Digestive Issues

One of the lesser known ways that a bad breakup can affect your health is by messing up your digestive system. Many people will experience digestive issues after a breakup but very few realize why this is happening. The stress of a breakup can actually throw off your digestion, leading to nausea, bloating, constipation, or diarrhea. This is especially true if the breakup has affected your eating habits. If you find yourself eating more or less after a breakup, it's going to change the way your digestive system is operating.

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4. Lethargy

Breakups can be absolutely draining. You'll find yourself laying in bed for hours and yet still feeling exhausted the rest of the day. This could be because you're not actually sleeping, like we mentioned earlier. It could also be that the emotional turmoil of the breakup has just drained your energy. Either way, breaking up can leave you lethargic and fatigued, like you're running on fumes.

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5. Weight Loss

One of the most common ways that a breakup can affect your health is by causing you to lose weight at rapid speed. Many people lose their appetite during times of emotional stress. When this goes on for days or weeks, you'll notice a drastic drop in your weight. While you may think this is a good thing, sudden and significant weight loss is not always good for your health. Losing weight too quickly can lead to heart problems, digestive issues, and neurological decline if not safely monitored by a physician.

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8 Habits To Give Up For the Good Of Your Relationship

What is the best way to have a healthy, long-lasting relationship? The first step is to drop any bad habits you have that are destructive to your love life. There are certain habits that will only lead to the demise of a relationship and you need to step back, take a look at yourself, and see if you have any of these pesky habits. Check out eight habits to give up for the good of your relationship:

1. Your Social Media Addiction

Social media has definitely enhanced the way we live our lives and there are numerous benefits to using it, but it has also been the downfall of many relationships. If you find yourself spending hours a day checking your social media accounts or constantly posting on social media accounts, it is going to have an adverse effect on your relationship. All of that time spent on social media could be spent making memories with your partner. Another problem is sharing TMI about your relationship on social media. Your partner will likely not appreciate every detail of your relationship being shared with your followers.

2. Comparing Yourself/Your Relationship To Others

A really bad habit that many people have is comparing themselves to others and this transfers over to their relationships as well. They find themselves comparing their relationship to other people's relationships and the next thing they know, they are picking everything about their relationship apart. This is destructive behavior that will have no real positive outcome. Also, it's important to remember that the couples you are comparing yourself to do not always present the reality of their relationships. You may think that other couples are perfect, but you are only seeing a filtered representation of what they really are.

3. Criticizing Your Partner

Are you a very critical person? This is going to destroy your relationship – if you let it. It's one thing to criticize your partner if they do something deliberately wrong or hurtful. It's another to criticize everything they do, especially things they can't control. Too much of this will just be emotional abuse for your partner and it won't be long before your relationship is over. So try to catch yourself when you're being critical of trivial things and find a way to re-route your negative thoughts.

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4. Keeping Your Emotions Bottled Up

Being open and transparent in a relationship is crucial. Keeping your emotions bottled up isn't doing you or your partner any favors. So if you have a habit of keeping your feelings to yourself, work on opening up more. You should be able to talk to your partner about anything – especially the way you're feeling. Expressing your emotions will help you to have a healthier, more fulfilling relationship.

5. Believing You're Always Right

Is there anything worse than someone who thinks they're always right when they're definitely not? If you're one of these people, consider it a death sentence for a relationship. Start being aware of when you refuse to accept blame or fault in situations. If you always believe that you are right, you need to really assess the circumstances and see if you're actually wrong. Being able to recognize and accept when you're wrong will help you to have a stable and honest relationship.

6. Your Need To Control Everything

Control freaks very rarely have healthy relationships. Your need to control everything will drive your partner insane and lead to the eventual demise of your relationship. Start learning to let go of certain things and hand over the reigns when possible. Not only will it help you have a more balanced relationship, but it will also take a lot of stress of yourself!

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7. Being Too Forgiving

While it's important to not be too critical and not too much of a control freak, it's also important to not be a pushover and be too forgiving. If you're the type of person who lets someone walk all over them, it's not going to lead to a healthy relationship. You need to learn how to stand up for yourself and hold on to your convictions. If a partner treats you badly, let them know. If a partner consistently hurts you, leave them. Being too forgiving in a toxic relationship will only be a disservice to yourself.

8. Having Unrealistic Expectations

While you should never set the bar low when it comes to a relationship, it's not practical to have unrealistically high expectations. If you expect your partner to earn a fortune and buy you everything you want, you're expecting too much. If you expect your partner to take care of your every whim, you're expecting too much. You need to be realistic about what you expect in a partner and have standards that someone can actually meet. Otherwise, you're setting yourself up for a lifetime of disappointment.

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Are You A Serial Crusher? Find Out What It Means If You Always Have A Crush

Pretty much everyone has had a crush on someone at some point in their life. Actually, most of us have had numerous crushes throughout our lives. While it's totally normal to have a number of crushes throughout your life, when do you become a “serial crusher?” Also, what even is a serial crusher?

First things first, a serial crusher is someone who always has a different crush. Serial crushers tend to develop a crush on pretty much anyone who pays them attention. Just met someone new? Crush. Got a new co-worker? Crush. Sat next to a kind stranger on the train? Crush. Serial crushers find themselves falling for any new person that enters their lives and it seems like they are romantically interested in just about everyone. This may seem totally innocent and harmless, but is it indicative of a deeper problem with the individual?

Is It Wrong To Always Have A Crush On Someone?

It usually feels pretty good to have a crush on someone, right? You get a rush when they walk by. You feel euphoric just thinking about them. There's a certain excitement that comes with the possibility of running into them or even envisioning a relationship with them. These feelings of euphoria that come with a crush could be why some people become serial crushers. They may be addicted to the endorphins that come with those amorous feelings, so they find themselves becoming infatuated with every new person that walks into their life.

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Now, you're probably wondering how wanting to feel good all the time could be a problem. After all, who doesn't want to feel good? The problem comes from the addictive behavior. For people who are addicted to having a crush, where does it end? What happens when they are actually in a relationship? These people often find themselves dating one person and then falling for every other person they encounter at the same time. This is just infidelity waiting to happen.

This brings up another issue with serial crushers: Can they ever be truly happy? People who develop constant crushes seem to be chasing an unachievable happiness. This is why they never have a crush on just one person for a long time. They fall for someone new every other week. This shows an inability to reach satisfaction. It shows a constant compulsion for new forms of gratification that are often unattainable. They my find one person irresistible for a few weeks, and then that person no longer interests them. They become bored and before they know it, they're falling for someone new. This shows that individuals who always have a crush on someone will likely have great trouble forming long-lasting, healthy relationships throughout their life.

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Is “Once A Cheater, Always A Cheater” Really True?

You've probably heard the phrase, “Once a cheater, always a cheater” at some point, right? Many people believe that someone who cheats in a relationship will continue to cheat, either in that relationship or any future ones. Is this really true, though? It turns out, this old saying may not be totally correct…

Sure, there are certain people who are serial cheaters. These people find themselves unable to commit to a relationship physically, mentally, or emotionally. These people are often narcissistic and do not care that they hurt others with their infidelity. This is why their relationships often end very quickly. They always wind up cheating on their partner and then on the next partner…and the next one. The good thing is, serial cheaters are not common.

Isolated incidences of cheating are far more common than serial cheating. Talk to literally anyone you know and odds are, they've either been cheated on or been the person who has cheated at some point in their life. Are all of these people serial cheaters? Definitely not. In most cases, infidelity occurs as a result of poor communication and a faulty relationship. When cheating occurs for these reasons, it's not because one of the partners is a serial cheater. It's because the emotional and physical elements of the relationship had fallen apart, and infidelity suddenly presented itself one way or another.

Now, this is by no means excusing infidelity. Cheating is never okay. Most people have no desire to stay with someone who has cheated, even if it's just once – and they are absolutely right to feel this way! You don't have to stay with anyone who could hurt you in such a deep way and betray your trust like that. However, there are still people who want to give their partner another chance and these are the people who wonder about the validity to “once a cheater, always a cheater.”

If you have experienced infidelity and are choosing to stay with your partner, you need to consider whether they are a serial cheater or not. Is this the first time they have done this? If so, it is likely they have no real desire to do it again. Remember, serial cheaters are rare. Also, what exactly did the cheating entail? Many people consider a quick kiss to be cheating. This kind of cheating is honestly very minor and once you express to your partner that you are not okay with it, it is unlikely they will ever cross that line again.

All in all, “once a cheater, always a cheater” is not true in most cases. It really only applies to a narcissistic person who is a serial cheater. Most normal people in relationships who do commit infidelity are very unlikely to commit it again, which means their relationship can be salvaged if their partner so desires.

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