Why do people change?

Elena Melnichenko
Elena Melnichenko
December 19, 2014
Why do people change?

Entering a close relationship with another person, most people rely on his loyalty. But, unfortunately, betrayals occur even in ideal, at first glance, pairs. This is a very unpleasant and often incomprehensible act. Let's see why people change each other.

Causes treason

Treason can be caused by various factors that psychologists have grouped into several groups:

  1. Constant dissatisfaction with basic needs. All people need care in one form or another. If they do not receive the necessary warmth and affection, then they are looking for it "on the side." The situation is aggravated by an unhealthy microclimate in the family.
  2. The discrepancy between image and reality. Many of us sin by creating in our imagination the image of an ideal satellite (consciously or unconsciously) and looking for a person who is similar to him. Incomplete compliance with the ideal causes dissatisfaction and the desire to look further. Also, the loss of the former sexuality of the partner can push for treason.If, for example, a woman ceases to look after herself, naturally, the man thinks about finding a new companion.
  3. The addiction to a partner and the resulting thirst for new sensations and diversity.
  4. Domestic conflicts are a standard problem, because of which people change each other. We are all different, with different habits and lifestyle. But not everyone can get along with the "other."
  5. Hunter's instinct. It is inherent not only to men, but also to women, and is expressed in the search for the most powerful partner.
  6. Physical and emotional attraction to another person.
  7. Thirst for self-affirmation (confirmation of its attractiveness, sexuality, etc.). Most often this is characteristic of women.
  8. Differences in the emotional relationship of partners. If one of the partners wants the relationship to be closer, then he can break the boundaries of the other. This will cause the opposite effect, the person will begin to move away and look for a person who is closer to him.
  9. Violating the boundaries of personal life. The cause of the conflict and subsequent treason can be a violation of one of the partners of the boundaries of the private life of another. Not all people believe that everything should be shared by a couple: things, leisure, hobbies.If someone's personal zone is violated, then this leads to discomfort.
  10. "Random" adultery - for example, in a state of intoxication.
  11. The desire to avenge something and hurt.

Of course, this is not all the reasons for adultery, but, in fact, at the heart of each of them lies dissatisfaction.

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