Spoiler alert: He works in IT.
We all know that infidelity has less to do with demographics and more to do with behavioral traits. But a new survey from AshleyMadison.com—a dating/cheating site for married people—reveals just what the typical cheating husband looks like. Just for kicks, let's see what they found, shall we?
Your phone can now reveal whether your relationship is doomed.
If our Smartphones weren't taking over our lives enough already, they're now butting in on our relationships. If you're dating someone who makes you hot one day and cold the next, your phone can now let you know whether or not you two should just be friends.
Some compare video game addiction to infidelity.
We all have our vices, and when you hear that cliché, you typically think of someone's penchant for alcohol, their soft spot for gambling, or something equally addictive that causes one to lose control. But for millions of people, that vice is gaming, and some believe the addiction may even be detrimental to relationships.
Some believe there's subtle sexism in tying the knot traditionally.
Over the last few years, I've been to a lot of weddings, and I've noticed a lot of detail in the always-touching ceremonies: The bride's veil. The couple's first kiss as man and wife. The look on the face of the father giving his daughter away. It's easy to get swept away in the loveliness of a wedding, but I never really considered how many subtle traditions may be outdated.
Good news for wide-faced guys.
Macho guys are really having a good year. The general stereotype of "masculine" looking men is that they're aggressive, thrill-seeking bad boys—not exactly the type that would win your mother's approval. But science has discovered that these testosterone-laden lads may actually be more cooperative, loyal, and responsible than previously thought.
To neg or not to neg?
Dating definitely has its upsides, but at times, the rejection takes its toll and leads people to try some creative, unconventional methods for finding love—or at least a good time. Enter negging. Popularized by writer Neil Strauss in his book, The Game, negging involves insulting a woman in order to undermine her confidence—making her vulnerable, full of self-doubt and then, hopefully, up for a date in order to validate her self-worth.
When does a harmless habit become hurtful?
As a generation of men are growing up with virtual sex lives, their real-life partners are becoming increasingly unhappy, a new study finds. Specifically, young women with porn-loving partners feel they just can't measure up to Jenna Jameson—or whoever happens to tickle their man's fancy.
Everything I've ever learned from Woody Allen movies is wrong.
Singles, if there's not enough pressure to get married already, your happiness now depends on it.
According to research from Michigan State University (MSU), in the long run, married people are happier than single people. MSU psychologist Steve C.Y. Yap went through long-running data from a national Brutish survey of thousands of people.