“Step-siblings, too, are negatively influenced by their childhood.
Having seen their parents unable to remain happy with a single partner, it’s easy to see why they’re more susceptible to following suit.” But this isn’t the first study to suggest only children are most likely to be unfaithful to their partners - a 2015 study of 43,000 people by Seeking Arrangement drew the same conclusion.
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“So, if your partner is being coy about their plans this weekend, then it might be best to apply a bit of pressure to the wound and see what they’re really up to,” he said.
The website claims to have been used by more than 1.8m users since launching in 2003.
With over 1,000,000 genuine UK users since 2004, you’re sure to find your perfect match.
Established in 2004, we have been providing a meeting place for like-minded married and attached people for nearly 12 years.
And it’s good news for the oft-neglected middle children, who are clearly the most faithful - just 15 per cent of the website’s users are middle siblings. Illicit Encounters propose that only children are most likely to cheat because they desire attention.
The site’s spokesperson, Christian Grant, says: “It’s well-known that an only child can experience the feeling of immense loneliness in their childhood, and that comes back to haunt them in their future relationships.
Best not put your lack of siblings on your Bumble bio then.
Friday 17 November is the most popular day for people to have affairs, new research conducted by Illicit Encounters has found.
“Having been starved of attention for so long, it’s something that they find themselves in desperate need of.