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How to find a man who won't cheat
Most people who are looking for a long term relationship or life partner want it to be with a person who won't cheat, but how can you find one? Here are some steps to follow that may help you achieve this goal.

1. Look for qualities that define a faithful man

Consider how different men act in different social situations or under difficult conditions. Some qualities you might consider when looking for a man who won’t cheat are:


2. Spend time to get to know him

Spend time with the man with whom you are considering beginning a relationship. Get a feel for how he deals with his relationships and with life situations in general.

3. To find a man who won’t cheat ask yourself these questions:

Does he flirt with every attractive female he encounters?
Does he appear to be undressing females with his eyes?
Does he seem uncomfortable when he is with you and a very attractive or suggestive female catches his attention?

4. Meet his friends

Meet his friends and try to gauge how they feel about his attitude to faithfulness? Do they tell stories about his past romantic experiences, or compare you to earlier female interests and sexual escapades in his life? This may give you an idea whether he might be a cheater.

5. Learn his history as much as you are able

Has he been in many prior relationships? Can you find out what has caused previous relationships to end? Was it due to cheating? If so, you may find a pattern to his behaviour that would suggest his unwillingness to be faithful to one person at a time.

6. Observe how willing he is to commit

Observe how willing he is to commit his time to you, and to honour those commitments. If he is reluctant to forgo other activities to spend his time with you, you are probably not an important part of his life. If he is casual about his treatment of you he may well be casual about cheating as well.

Being unwilling to commit might be normal early on in a relationship, but later, as the relationship grows, it may suggest he is not as dedicated to you as you might expect him to be, or that he may like to keep his options open.

7. Consider his manner - is he respectful towards you?

A man who is disrespectful towards his date or potential partner is a bad sign. If he behaves like this when you're not even in a permanent relationship, it is likely that his disrespect will only increase in time when or if your relationship becomes a permanent one.

8. Learn the types of entertainment he enjoys

Tastes in movies and other entertainment may give you an insight into his values concerning his life and relationships.

Be extremely careful to start a relationship with any man addicted to any type of pornographic material. Whether sexual or emotional, virtual cheating can be just as unhealthy for and damaging to a relationship as cheating in the 'flesh'.

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