Even though adultery is punishable by death in some societies, it still occurs regularly. Helen Fisher there is probably a genetic predisposition toward cheating on your partner.
They were not studying adultery but they were studying the stability of a partnership which can certainly lead to adultery that’s unstable.There’s also some genes in the immune system that seem to play a role in adultery. Sometimes when we look at all the pain and hurt in the world, it seems like God doesn’t care about what we’re going through.Let's look about it at our new website Questions God.That gives a clear rational for men's desire to cheat, but what about women? Helen Fisher: Everywhere you look in the world people are adulterers, even where you can get your head chopped off for it or stoned.
That means that it probably has some biological predisposition.
Cuckolding takes the foundation of a stable, loving marriage and extends it to include one or more males who play a specific, sexual role within the relationship.
Contrary to popular myth (especially as expressed through porn), sexual inadequacy is only a significant factor in a minority of cuckold couples.
There’s all kinds of cultural reasons that people are adulterers.
If you ask a person why they’re adulterers they may say, "Well I get lonely when my partner is out of town; I want to solve a sex problem; I’d like to have more sex; I’d like to get caught and patch up my marriage; I’d like to get caught and end my marriage; I’d like to supplement my marriage." But scientists are beginning to find out some biological predispositions.
Inviting another male into the marriage exercises and builds the marital bonds just as physical exercise does for fitness.