According to science, not everyone is likely to cheat. Some people are more prone to cheating than others and there are clear categories for such people. If your significant other, or if you yourself, fall into any of these categories, you may want to take extra precautions in order to protect your relationship from the possibility of infidelity occurring.
However, it’s important to note that just because someone doesn’t fit neatly into one of these categories that doesn’t mean they won’t or aren’t capable of cheating. The fact is that many people in long-term relationships have thought of cheating however briefly, and no one is completely immune from casually making a decision that would spell disaster for the relationship they worked so hard for. #1. Teachers: particularly, female teachers are known to cheat. Ashley Madison, an infidelity-based dating site, found this to be true.
#2. Former cheaters: this one requires only common sense to understand. Former cheaters are more likely to cheat because they’ve done it before.
The greater the history of cheating, the greater the likelihood they’ll do it again, but you may be surprised that even one incident of cheating in the past, can make a partner more likely to do it again.