According to Cosmopolitan, there are a few things that science claims reduces a man's desire to cheat. Some of them sound pretty silly, even though there have been studies that suggest that the facts are true. You can decide for yourself by looking at this list of things that science claims reduces a man's desire to cheat:
1. Your Paychecks Are Equal
When a man makes more money than you, there's a higher chance he'll cheat. When he makes less than you, there's an even higher chance he'll cheat. But if you make around the same amount of money, he should remain faithful.
2. His Friends Don't Cheat
Your man can be influenced by the people around him. If he surrounds himself with cheaters, then he'll think it's okay for him to cheat, too. But if all of his friends are decent guys, you have nothing to worry about.
3. He's Emotionally Satisfied
Most people assume that men cheat because they're not physically satisfied. However, it tends to be the opposite. Men tend to cheat when they don't feel loved or appreciated by their partners.
4. He Has a Big Family
For some reason, only children are more likely to cheat. So if your partner comes from a big family, he should know how to treat a woman.
5. He's Easily Aroused
If a man gets aroused easily, then it raises his chances of wanting to cheat. After all, if he's always turned on, he'll always be looking for a release.
6. He's from the Midwest
Apparently, midwesterners are less likely to cheat than men from other areas of the world. Of course, there are plenty of exceptions.
7. He Loves Heavy Metal
This sounds like a super strange one, but science says that men who love heavy metal are less likely to cheat than other men. So be happy if he's into head banging.
Science has been wrong before, so don't take these things to heart. Do you think any of these facts seem legit, or are they too silly for you to believe?