How to Stop Infidelity – 3 Facts You Need to Stop Cheating and Permanently Save Your Marriage

If you fear that your spouse is on the brink of cheating, then this may be the most important article you ever read.

Do you want to guarantee that your spouse remains faithful to you through thick and thin?

Do you want to find a way to ensure that you can rest easy at night, knowing you can trust your spouse in even the most tempting of situations?

Having experience with hundreds of peoples affairs and infidelity, I can tell you that there are a few things in common with just about all cases of cheating.

As you continue reading this article you’re going to be learning exactly what those things are, as well as what you can do to prevent them from happening to you.

Sound good?

3 Elements Every Marriage Needs to Avoid Infidelity

As you continue reading this article you’re going to be learning 3 of the most important elements of a marriage that will keep your spouse from straying to infidelity.

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If you want to know how to stop infidelity, this is how:

#1. Strong and Open Communication With Each Other

If you ask Dr. Phil or Oprah what the most important element of a long lasting, strong and healthy marriage, you will get the answer that “Communication is key to a healthy relationship”.

And they’re right! Communication IS key!

You and your spouse need to put in work to make sure that you’re both being very open and honest with each other at all times. If there’s a problem in the relationship, then EITHER person should feel comfortable talking about it.

#2. Common Interests Will Go A Loooooong Way

You may feel that this is one of those things that you can’t really control, but you can try. Because every little bit counts.

You and your spouse should work together to find common interests…This is one of those secrets to the 50-year marriages that you rarely see these days.

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Common interests.

If you and your spouse both enjoy doing the same things, then it’s only natural that you’ll get along better, so spend some time thinking about what your spouse likes, and what stuff you could do with them as a couple.

#3. Sex – The Deal Breaker

Ah, the untouchable subject that no one really wants to admit but is always present. Sex. Basically there’s one, very simple rule that defines how you should view your sex life:

The more exciting your sex life is, the less likely it is your spouse will be unfaithful. This is an unfortunate fact of life.

Please note that ‘exciting’ and ‘frequency’ is a very different thing. You and your spouse could have an exciting sex life but only do it a couple times a week. Conversely you could have a boring sex life and do it every day.

It really just depends on the couple.


by Jack R. McLaddel