If you date someone famous, expect to be cheated on. But the truth is, infidelity happens all the time. If you ask the next 10 people you come into contact with if they know someone who has been cheated on or if they have ever cheated, one of those 10 responses is bound to be a yes. Itâ€™s unfortunate but sadly true.
Why does it appear that more couples are breaking up due to infidelity? What is happening to the sacred union of marriage? Whoâ€™s to blame? And is there anything wecan do to stop it? Personally, I think couples get lazy. They stop courting each other, stop communicating and assume that the vows they took on that glorious day will keep them united. Do not, I repeat, do not assume because you have that piece of paper that binds your union that your marriage will stay in tact. If you neglect your marriage, it will fail.
Marriages are like plantsâ€¦if you stop feeding them, they will die. If you want to cheat-proof your marriage, then do the work. As Andre Maurois says, â€œA successful marriage is an edifice that must be rebuilt every day.â€ Go back to the basics. Focus on the foundation. And, if you want to avoid a cheating spouse, make sure you always have these three areas covered
If your marriage is going to survive, you actually have to talk to one another. And not just about your day. Have honest conversations with one another on how you are feeling, what you expect, what is working, not working and never hold things inâ€¦ that just sets up a breeding ground for resentment.