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Periods of life when danger of adultery increases


In one popular movie of the 50s, the seventh year of marriage was called especially dangerous. “But the love of change can disrupt the course of family life after the first year, and after 4, 15 or 30 years of marriage,” says clinical psychologist Judith Slater. True, there are times when marriage is particularly vulnerable.
When you just start a life together. A honeymoon passes, and some couples discover that the requirements for living together are very high. “They thought that romantic relationships would go on forever, and were not ready for a real life in which to share concerns and compromises,” says Dr. Slater.
When you become parents. “After giving birth, women usually have little interest in sex during the year, because they get very tired,” said Maryland psychologist Shirley Glass. All the thoughts of the wife are often focused on the child to such an extent that the husband feels abandoned. Often he 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 daily duties, cares for raising children, and also in connection with career development, increases. A love affair can be a pleasant pastime.
In the face of impending aging. “The middle years of life are associated with wilting and debriefing,” says Dr. Slater. You may have the feeling that you are frozen in place, and you begin to reassess values, determine what you have achieved and, more importantly, what failed to achieve. A love affair, it seems to you, can be the beginning of a new stage in your life. ”
When did you survive the tragedy. After the death of one of the parents or a dangerous illness of the child, a person can start a romance in order to be forgotten, or at least try to be forgotten. “It's like a vacation of despair,” explains Dr. Glass.