The 30 Day Love Detox: Dr Wendy Walsh Tips To Avoid Cheaters
Dr Wendy Walsh is giving you a love detox and cleansing your heart for dating. This advice is for any type of relationship, but definitely focuses on a person’s personality so you can apply it to your own life and relationships.
The Talk: Focus On a Man’s True Intentions
The first step to finding true love is to focus on a man’s true intentions. This means that people who are unfaithful are detached. They either want multiple relationships or just hit it and go.
Look At a Date’s Social Behavior
Looking at someone’s social behavior is a good indicator on whether they will cheat. If you are out with someone and they don’t show a regard for others or lack of guilty feelings, that’s a red flag. Should you date start littering or get rude with the wait staff, then that’s a sign for a creep.
Look for a Date With Strong Moral Values
Dr Wendy Walsh said that only one in five Americans attend church regularly, but lots were raised with religion. If you should meet a person that wasn’t raised with any religious beliefs they may not have a strong moral foundation. She said that someone that was raised in religious has the sense of “do unto others” and could have stronger morals.
Education Level Is a Good Indicator of Monogamy
The higher an IQ and education level, the more likely the person is to be monogamous. A person that is more highly educated is more prone to think through situations that might have adverse affects, said Dr Walsh.
Avoid People With Bedroom Anxiety Issues
How a person behaves in the bedroom in definitely going to indicate if they could cheat on you. A person that is confident isn’t going to cheat as much as a person who thinks that it’s not working. That is the person that will shop around to find the right fit.
Pay Attention to a Potential Partner’s Income
Dr Walsh’s last tip for spotting a cheater is to look at your potential date’s income. A partner that makes way less money than you is more prone to cheat. Husbands want to be the provider; they feed off of that feeling. When they can’t provide for you, then they want to raise their self esteem in another area. But should a partner make about 80% more than you, they are also more prone cheat because they feel entitled.
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