You’re More Likely To Cheat If You Do Well On Dating Apps | Brad Browning | #tinder | #pof

Who is more likely to cheat in a relationship?

Well, according to a 2020 study published in the Journal Computers in Human Behavior, if you do well on Tinder, Bumble, and Hinge, you’re more likely to be unfaithful to your partner.

The study had 395 dating app users complete a simple questionnaire about their dating habits, and found that dating app success and self-perceived desirability were both associated with the intention to cheat.

Meaning that if you think you’re hot stuff, you’re more likely to seek love outside of your relationship.

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So, between you and your partner, who is more likely to cheat?

Interestingly, the study also found that 40 percent of their U.S.-based respondents in serious relationships (i.e., people who are seriously dating, living together, engaged, or married) admitted to being active on dating apps.

What does this mean for you?

Well, I’ve always told people to be very cautious if they find out that their current partner is still using dating apps, no matter what their justification is.

I know many people whose partner said their friend signed them up, or that they were only on Tinder for a laugh. I’m never that surprised when it turns out they’ve been engaging in an affair.

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