21 Ways to Prevent Infidelity
Experts share their tips for stopping an affair before it starts
9. Reclaim your playful spirit.
If you've lost your fun, sexy side, it's time to get it back. Laughing and playing are the key elements to emotional intimacy, helping you build that safe and solid relationship you crave. Make the time to be playmates so he won't be tempted to play in someone else's sandbox. Put it on your planner! —Sherri Nickols
10. Discuss what infidelity is to you with your spouse.
One person may feel that being good friends with the opposite sex is OK, while to the other, it borders on infidelity. Emotional affairs begin with sharing intimate feelings, needs and challenges with a person, and it often leads to a sexual affair. If your spouse is uncomfortable with your friendship, be willing to end it. —Cindy Holbrook
11. Focus on maturity.
Is your partner ready to settle down and be in a monogamous relationship? Age does not always signify maturity. Has he had enough relationships to be sure that he wants to be in a committed relationship? Be mindful that some people are greedy and would always want to eat their cake and eat other people's cake as well. —Chidi Asika-Enahoro
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