Holidays and Cheating – the two go hand in hand. Though it is a season where most of us look forward to family time and spreading the holiday cheer, many times, the intrusion of infidelity turns the
holiday time into a series of feeling paranoid, stressed, and ultimately, lonely.
Is the craziness of the holiday season driving a wedge between you and your partner? It's not unusual. What causes this rise in infidelity? Is it libido, ego, or is it relationship overload?
With the holidays upon us, has your to-do list become a mile long? From buying and wrapping presents to scheduling family festivities and travel, to finishing up those year-end projects at the office - It’s no wonder that romance falls off the radar! It’s also no surprise when you hear people cheating during the holiday season.
Your partner could be unhappy and the holidays remind them of what they’re missing. The holidays are a time when everyone (both men and women) take stock of their lives. If the year has been good,
you’re likely to feel good about the holidays. However, if the year has been difficult, challenging, and/or unsatisfying in terms of career, health, family, finances, and/or relationships, the holiday season may bring on added stress or a deeper level of unhappiness.
If your caught your partner cheated during Christmas would you give them another chance?