The top five reasons women cheat has been revealed – and they’ll start to stray three years after getting married

THE top five reasons why women cheat have been revealed, and apparently they start to stay three years into marriage, according to a new study.

The survey of 2,000 people found that boredom was the most common reason behind women being unfaithful, followed by growing apart over lockdown. 

The findings, from, revealed that reconnecting with an old flame on social media was named as the next most common factor behind a break-up, followed by changing as a person. 

And making up the top five was another common excuse – being drunk. 

Interestingly the reasons for why men cheat were very different, with blokes naming lack of sex as the top factor behind looking elsewhere. 

But they were on the same page as women for the second reason, with boredom over lockdown also playing a part in them playing away. 

Top 5 reasons women cheat

  1. Boredom – I’ve run out of things to say to my partner 
  2. We have grown apart since lockdown 
  3. Reconnected with an old flame on social media 
  4. I’ve changed since my wedding day 
  5. I lapsed when I was drunk

In third spot was men believing they’re too young to settle down, while a one-night-stand was in fourth spot. 

In fifth place was men seeing their mate cheat, and thinking they were also missing out on some side action. 

The study also found that women first cheat three-and-a-half years after they get married.

People are sticking with their partners because they cannot afford to move

Blokes seem to last a little longer in the relationship, with their eye only wandering after three years and ten months. sex and relationship expert, Jessica Leoni, said: “The Seven Year Itch has been halved with relationships first hitting a rocky patch far earlier than in previous years.

“This trend has been going on for several years and it has been accelerated by Covid.

Top 5 reasons men cheat

  1. I need more sex 
  2. I got bored with my relationship in lockdown 
  3. I am too young to commit to one partner 
  4. I met someone on a night out 
  5. A mate cheated and I felt I was missing out

“Life’s too short to be stuck in a dull relationship where there is a little conversation and the sex is the same every time.

“People are sticking with their partners because they cannot afford to move but then getting fresh excitement by having discreet affairs.

“We expect the time when people first cheat to come down even faster over the next few years as unhappy partners increasingly live for the moment without thinking about the consequences.”

And a man fired for calling his Tinder date a ‘disgusting fat pig’ when she refused to sleep with him says he was ‘acting out’.

Meanwhile this ‘entitled’ groom begs to borrow a car for his wedding… then turns down BMW and Tesla because they’re too cheap.

Plus this woman revealed her mum shacked up with her husband as she lay in a coma.

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