Adultery Is Inevitable in Life

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Adultery is inevitable in life. Discuss
Adultery is a married people having an affair, not with their legal spouse. In the most recent years there is a lot of adultery news going on in the life of celebrities, professionals, high-ranked officers and civilians. There are many reasons that lead to adultery.
Most litigants think that adultery is unpreventable. Due to the strong competitor in the working society and the poor economic, thus their partner tends to spend more time in work or entertaining clients in order to meet the expectation of the companies. This causes the litigant to feel neglected and not been able to have the attention they wanted from their spouse. Low self-esteem people tend to be more insecure about themselves, always having the thoughts that their husband or wife would leave, or they are neither good enough for them. On the other hand over controlling is also another factor that’s leads to adultery, in a marriage one that holds a higher qualification or higher working position might think that he or she should be the one that takes control in the marriage, which will let the other party feel inferior. This in turn that causes the inferior party to commit adultery with of equal levels.
In order to prevent such acts from occurring they have to solve the main problem. Having to start communicating with each other is to find out what their spouse expectation and spending more time with them. Insecurity makes sure that enough assurance and affirmations is given, thus it also helps to build their self-esteem. As to prevent over controlling speaking up the thoughts is important, that’s allow their spouse to know how they actually feels and avoid using their qualifications or positions to look down on their partner
Adultery is inevitable because of the heavy workloads and stress life in the current society causing married couples a not able to…...

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