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Cheating: The secret of happy couples
A recent study from the King Abdullah University of Saudi Arabia shows that the key to a happy marriage is adultery.
Cheating in secret is the secret to a happy marriage.
The discovery of the research was that infidelity can actually revive a tired marriage.
Not only is it natural to think about being with another people, it would be healthier to act on those fantasies, said Halem al-Rafei, chief of the marriage department at the King Abdullah University.
Monogamous marriages are unnatural and we should allow for the more natural habit of taking other partners.
The study compares the monogamous spouses to a caged animal that continues to see temptation beyond the bars, but cannot get to it.
Whereas partners who engage in no-strings attached flings do not feel trapped in their marriage.
Total discretion is the absolute rule; the other party should never find out in order to keep a happy, healthy and lasting relationship.
It may sounds contradictory but is not.
Couples should model their relationships on understanding.
There should be no feeling of betrayal when a woman finds lipstick on her man’s collar or a hotel bill on his charge card statement.
Halem claims that nearly a quarter of the world population and a third of the American population engages in extramarital affairs with no repercussions.
If a person is locked in a celibate marriage, the best solution is to seek sex from an alternative source instead of trying to work through whatever issues you have having with your spouse and that will result in staying together forever.
Cheat, secrets, lies and being away from the person you love for long periods of time are the best path to a happy relationship.
the world must know the truth!