Which of the opposite sex is more likely to cheat in a relationship?
People always say that men are the first but I feel that it all depends on whats going on in the relatonship. I have known woman that cheated. It is equal, both are likely to cheat, the only thing is that women don't get caught.
i have known both women and men who have cheated. there are plenty of relationship where either the man cheated or the woman did. the fact of the matter is that relationships take work and without that effort put in, both partners are capable of destroying that relationship
I think both men and women cheat in a relationship...but it depends on the situation though..
I think if a man as a child sees his dad cheat, then he will more than likely cheat as an adult....and vice versa for a woman
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