Would you take a request for a prenup from your partner as a sign they don’t love you? Would you stay together if they proposed an open relationship? See the surprising results!
From a recent survey of over 2000 people…
■ Sixteen percent admit having cheated on their current partner, 20 percent of men and 13 percent of women admitting to outside-the-relationship dalliances.
■ Forty-five percent of respondents said they likely “would not leave” their partner if they proposed an open relationship/.
But only 4 percent said they’re currently IN an open relationship.
■ Prenuptial agreements remain rare — the survey says just 2 percent of us have them, but 80% of those asked said they would not take it personally if asked by their partner for one.
■ Slightly more than half believe in staying together even when the romance is gone from a marriage. “Just because the spark is gone in a marriage doesn’t mean you should get a divorce,” 51 percent of respondents agreed. Broken down by gender, 50 percent of men agreed with the statement, while 53 percent of women agreed.
■ Finally, a full 70 percent reported being “very satisfied” in their relationships, and 24 percent said they’re “somewhat satisfied,” leaving just 5 percent who said they’re “not very satisfied” and 1 percent who are “not at all satisfied.”
“It’s heartening, and this is not the only study that’s found those results,” said Schwartz, who said she worked on another survey of more than 100,000 adults worldwide and discovered “a huge number of people said they were both happy and satisfied.”