New research reveals that many cheats say that their spouses are more attracted to them after a love affair

A new study revealed that people believe that their spouse feels more attracted to them after cheating (stock image)

New controversial research suggests that infidelity can add value to marriage.

The study, conducted by online dating agency Ashley Madison, revealed that many people believe that their spouse feels more attracted to them, after cheating.

The results showed that after a love affair, an astonishing 70 percent of cheaters said that their attitudes became more positive for life in general.

But science suggests that this momentum in the optimistic outlook depends on the underlying reasons for playing away from home.

A new study revealed that people believe that their spouse feels more attracted to them after cheating (stock image)

A new study revealed that people believe that their spouse feels more attracted to them after cheating (stock image)

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

Of the 1,700 people surveyed, statistics revealed that 52 percent of women and 56 percent of men still have sex with their spouse while participating in extramarital encounters.

"Most members report that their spouse feels more attracted to them after they started their business," said Isabella Wise, communications director at Ashley Madison.

"When people decide to participate in an adventure in a meaningful way, the benefits for their emotional well-being can flow in other areas of their lives."

Unfaithful couples reported that they felt happier in their lives even after the romance ended (stock image)

Unfaithful couples reported that they felt happier in their lives even after the romance ended (stock image)

Unfaithful couples reported that they felt happier in their lives even after the romance ended (stock image)

Studies conducted by the Missouri State University in the USA. UU They indicate that those who looked for sexual reasons reported an increase in overall satisfaction, while those who embarked on mainly emotional causes reported a decrease in life satisfaction.

Professor Alicia Walker, a specialist in sexuality and culture in the state of Missouri, said the elements of the findings were "surprising."

"It may not be surprising that people say that their satisfaction increases during an adventure, but participants reported that even after they finished, they were still happier than they were before the adventure."

A 20-year-old Ashley Madison anonymous user who lives in the UK said she found the satisfaction she needed to return her husband as "a satisfied couple" and added that her indiscretions had "completely eliminated the anxiety" of her marriage .

52 percent of women and 56 percent of men continue having sex with their spouse while sleeping with another person (stock image)

52 percent of women and 56 percent of men continue having sex with their spouse while sleeping with another person (stock image)

52 percent of women and 56 percent of men continue having sex with their spouse while sleeping with another person (stock image)

Another woman from the USA UU He said that since meeting someone at the controversial dating site, the sexual aspect of his life was "revitalized" which allowed him to become "a better wife" than he was before.

A separate poll by Ashley Madison titled: "Why are you cheating? & # 39; revealed what allows cheaters to return home as a more satisfied companion after being unfaithful.

For most, it all came down to the fact that sexual needs were not met (76%), while just over half said it made them feel "more alive".

Forty-eight percent said they felt wanted while 37 percent said their emotional needs were not being met by their partner.

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