When a relationship comes to an end, people are often so deeply hurt that they feel they will never be able to forgive the other person. This wouldn’t be so bad, but, many people who cannot forgive their wrongdoer end up getting stuck in destructive psychological and emotional patterns.
Dr. John Gottman, PhD, a 40-year veteran of marriage and divorce studies, co-founder of the Gottman Institute, and author of The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work, has noticed a clear pattern among couples who get divorced.
Most people in relationships have felt, at one time or another, a lack of communication. A common gender trope has a woman griping to her friends, “He just won’t open up.” But it’s not always about the differences in genders; sometimes, a person doesn’t open up because they honestly don’t know what they’re feeling.
There are four factors that seem to have the greatest influence over whether a spouse will cheat or not. These factors are pretty basic and probably won't surprise many people. They are the same factors that probably influence caveman and women, too. Human nature just doesn't seem to change!
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