HILLSBOROUGH, N.C. — (03-15-23) — Adam & Eve announced on Wednesday, the results of its new survey asking the question, “Could you forgive someone for cheating?” According to the results, 21% of respondents said they could forgive their partner for cheating. This is a slight increase from a similar survey Adam & Eve conducted in 2012, where 19% of respondents reported they could forgive infidelity from their partner.

Nearly 40% of current respondents said they could not forgive their partner for being unfaithful, compared to 54% in 2012.

Finally, 39% of respondents say that their forgiveness would depend on the circumstances of the infidelity, a significant rise from the 27% who said the same thing over a decade ago.

“Cheating means different things to different people,” said Dr. Jenni Skyler, resident sexologist at Adam & Eve. “For most people it means sex, but for many, it could be a kiss or even sharing intimate information with others.

I encourage people in a relationship to talk about what the definition of ‘cheating’ means to them so that there are no loopholes or misunderstandings. Forgiveness is a tricky emotion that often gets pushed aside by anger and hurt.

If a couple can safely process the immensity of anger and hurt that likely plague both parties, then forgiveness is possible.” said Skyler.

The web-based survey was conducted with over 1,000 American over the age of 18 and conducted by an independent company. The survey was sponsored by Adam & Eve to study sexual preferences and practices.

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Article by: Andy Powell, Staff Writer

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