[Extramarital affairs are prone to occur in two major periods]
It is often said that being rich will make men worse.
However, a study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences found that men are more likely to have extramarital affairs when their lives change and their feelings are fragile.
Researchers from the University of Queensland in the United States collected data on divorcees in the past 10 years and found that 1,000 couples who had divorced because of “one party derailment” and “extramarital affairs” could have conducted in-depth interviews.
It turns out that in fragile moments such as loss, emptiness, loneliness, and helplessness, it is easier for people to have derailment behaviors without the support of the other half.
Ongoing, researchers analyze that when a person suffers a sudden blow, frustration, or experiences chronic consumption or even overdraft, the psychology will change quietly, becoming as weak as a child, eager for protection and comfort, and the most powerful comfort isExcessive physical contact, sometimes warm embraces, sexual comfort through the body.
At this moment, if the lover is not around, or can’t give such comfort, it seems likely to seek other type of comfort of the opposite sex intentionally or unintentionally, just like “self-rescue”, and then lead to derailment.
In addition, researchers have found that when women in the family are too strong, men are also more likely to have derailed behavior.