Why do people cheat?
Most cheaters don’t cheat to hurt their partner—but people tend to demonize cheaters, seeing the behavior as a reflection on their moral character and lumping them all into one big category (“he’s a dirt bag “ or “she’s a slut”)..
While doctor of clinical psychology Denise Wood doesn’t condone cheating, she does believe that cheating should be looked at no differently than any other mental health issue—and that understanding, not condemnation, is what’s needed to save a relationship.
In Inside the Cheater’s Mind, Dr. Wood shares the results of a study she conducted on “personality cheaters” and “situational cheaters,” identifying the different kinds of cheaters and providing insight into their mindsets.
A user-friendly book about infidelity with cheating stories adapted to relate to your life, Inside the Cheater’s Mind dispels the myth that cheating is a character flaw that can never be fixed. If you’ve ever found yourself in a relationship clouded by infidelity or suspicions, this book will provide useful assessments, recommendations, and tools to shed new light on your relationships.
|Publisher:||Dr. Denise Wood|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||269 KB|
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