want to remain faithfulVisitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Female
i love my fiance and i dont want to betray him. He cherishes me alot but he has travelled for a program and will be back after a year. What will i do to stay faithful. I just want you to tell me how to keep my strength, love, and faith strong in him and never cheat on him. Thanks
Millions of people are loyally faithful to their partners. Cheating gets a lot of press in the news because it's "exciting" - but most people don't cheat. It is normal - especially for women - to be monogamous. It's built into a woman's biological drive, because in an evolutionary sense a woman and her child survived best if they had one man there protecting her while the infant grew.
You should sit down and give serious thought to why you're so worried that you'll cheat. Have you cheated on people in the past? Do you actively think about cheating? Is this something that you feel like you want to do, and that you'll have to fight off every day?
If you have cheated, and this is a tendency of yours, then it's time to confront that. Maybe talk with a therapist to find out why you tend to cheat? This is definitely an important time to work through those issues.
-- from Lisa
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com
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