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Do you think the phrase "Once a cheater, always a cheater" is true? Matt doesn't, but a survey of unmarried people ages 18-34 proves it's more than just a cliché.
Research presented at the American Psychological Association convention shows that people who cheat on their partners are three-and-a-half times more likely to cheat in future relationships.
Oddly enough, people who are cheated on are also more likely to find themselves getting cheated on again. Matt and Ramona discuss their opinions in the audio clip below.