One Jaw-Dropping Reason Will Make You More Likely To Cheat

One Jaw-Dropping Reason Will Make You More Likely To Cheat

Are you worried you might be a cheater?

According to new statistics by Illicit Encounters, a website that caters to a person searching for an affair, you're more likely to be a cheater if you're an only child.

A whopping 34% of people without siblings make up the biggest group on the site. The second group of people to cheat are the eldest from families as they make up 28% of the audience of the website and younger siblings at 23%.

The ones least likely to cheat are middle siblings at 15%, who appears to be the most loyal.

Christian Grant, a spokesperson for the site, told The Irish Sun:

It’s well-known that an only child can experience the feeling of immense loneliness in their childhood, and that comes back to haunt them in their future relationships.Having been starved of attention for so long, it’s something that they find themselves in desperate need of...This manifests itself quite clearly when someone’s partner works long hours or travels frequently for work; the alone time for an only child just won’t do, so an affair is the perfect short-term solution.

 Apparently, if you feel emotionally supported by your parents and siblings you're less likely to cheat:

On the other end of the scale, a middle child is surrounded by loving parents and siblings. They don’t grow up with the same need of love and affection, but they’re also more than comfortable during moments of isolation...Step-siblings, too, are negatively influenced by their childhood. Having seen their parents unable to remain happy with a single partner, it’s easy to see why they’re more susceptible to following suit.

Well, that's another thing for you to blame the folks on.

Also Read: Why Safe Sex Doesn't Always Work Against Passing On This STI

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Garret Farrell

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