Are you prone to mistrusting your partner? Be aware, especially in September. Researchers have found that September is the most preferred month for cheaters. Cheating and affairs are more common in September than other months.
Fall encourages cheating sooner, according to research. This happens every year, according to research. People are more likely cheat when it is summer over, the holidays are over and autumn has arrived. However, this year could see even more cheating due to the lack of incentives and lockdowns.
A dating website that supports affairs says that records will be set for this fall’s search for a new partner. The affairs will bubble up once the normal work week begins again. Affaires in the workplace are a regular occurrence.
Their 2000 users were surveyed by the dating site. 78% of these users said that returning to work after being away from home makes things easier. 54 percent feel the pandemic has changed how they see their relationship.
One third (32%) and 34% (34%) of both men and women report feeling less passionate for their partner. After spending time together, lockdowns have caused this.
Our British Metro-colleague’sJessica Leoni, a sex expert and relationship expert, confirms that September can be dangerous. “September is always the month when affairs are common. We call it sextember because of this.
“Holidays are often a turning point for couples. One realizes they don’t have much in common, or that sex is boring. Even if they are in a nice environment with good weather,” says Leoni. The relationship expert says, “If your partner acts strangely since he/she returned to the office this year, you might wonder what is going on.”
Don’t jump to any conclusions. September isn’t for everyone. Autumn will not turn your partner into a cheater if he or she is trustworthy and loyal. Below is a list that will help you avoid cheating. This is still handy for the agenda.