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Periods of life when the danger of adultery increases

In one popular film of the 50s, the seventh year of marriage was especially dangerous. “But the love of change can disrupt the course of family life, even after the first year, and after 4, 15 or 30 years of marriage,” said psychologist psychiatrist Judith Slater. True, there are periods when marriage is especially vulnerable.
When you are just starting to live together. It is a honeymoon, and some couples discover that the demands placed on living together are very high. “They thought that the romantic relationship would continue indefinitely, and they were not ready for real life, in which it was necessary to share care and make compromises,” says Dr. Slater.
When you become parents. “After the birth of a child, women usually have little interest in sex during the year because they are very tired,” says Maryland psychologist Shirley Glas. All thoughts of the wife are often focused on the child to such an extent that the husband feels abandoned. He often tries to restore balance by finding someone who will pay attention exclusively to him. ”
When you are over thirty. Usually, after thirty years, the burden of day-to-day responsibilities and cares for raising children, as well as in connection with promotion, increases. Romance can be a pleasant entertainment.
In the face of impending aging. “Average years of life are associated with withering and debriefing, says Dr. Slater. You may feel that you are frozen in place, and you begin a reappraisal of values, determine what you have achieved and, more importantly, what you did not achieve. A love affair, as you think, can be the beginning of a new stage in your life. ”
When you survived the tragedy. After the death of a parent or a dangerous illness of a child, a person may have a romance to forget, or at least try to forget. “It’s like a vacation of despair,” explains Dr. Glasc.