New research reveals many cheaters say their spouses are more attracted to them after an affair

Mail Online | 9/7/2018 | Alice Murphy For Daily Mail Australia
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Controversial new research suggests that infidelity can add value to a marriage.

The study, conducted by online dating agency Ashley Madison, revealed many people believe their spouse is more attracted to them – after they cheat.

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The results showed that following an affair, a staggering 70 per cent of cheaters said their attitudes became more positive to life in general.

But science suggests this boost in optimistic outlook depends on your underlying reasons for playing away from home.

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According to Ashley Madison, affairs are not always about replacing someone or something.

Of 1,700 people surveyed, statistics revealed 52 per cent of females and 56 per cent of males continue to have sex with their spouse whilst engaging in extra-marital dalliances.

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'Most members report their spouse is more attracted to them after they began their affairs,' Isabella Wise, communications director at Ashley Madison said.

'When people choose to engage in an affair in a meaningful way, the benefits to their emotional well-being can flow into other areas of their life.'

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Studies undertaken by Missouri State University in the US indicate those who sought affairs for sexual reasons reported an increase in overall contentment, while those who embarked for primarily emotional causes reported a decrease in...
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