Social media wars in the Sierra Leone community over infidelity have reached new heights. WhatsApp discussion groups have made it possible for personal cheating beefs to go viral as individuals put their cheating scandals on public platforms. It seems that every week we hear of new battle between competing lovers, mostly female, and the relationships wrecked by infidelity. With this in mind we are looking at this piece from Psychology Today that explores the reasons why people cheat. If insai Salone we all na mate, wetin really di cause dat? Kelly Campbell, Ph.D. wrote this in More Than Chemistry about why cheating happens in the first place.
1. Individual reasons. The phrase “once a cheater, always a cheater” refers to individual reasons for cheating—qualities about the person that make him or her more prone to commit infidelity. Researchers have identified a variety of individual risk factors, including: