Kristen Stewart Cheats on Robert Pattinson as Cheating Becomes the National Past Time
You have the most gorgeous guy being faithful to you and you cheat with a married man? Kristen, what were you thinking? “Twilight” fans are sure to be in shock and Kristen Stewart’s popularity is sure to plummet after it was revealed that Stewart cheated on her on-screen and off-screen love, Robert Pattinson. What’s worse is it’s her married “Snow White and the Huntsman” director Rupert Sanders, 41. Kristen 22, was snapped lip locked on July 17th.
According to People and Us magazines, Stewart is “absolutely devastated” over her actions. “It was a mistake and a complete lapse in judgment.” More like she got caught by the paparazzi.
Sanders is married to the beautiful and highly attractive model Liberty Ross, who played Stewart’s mother in “Snow White and the Huntsman,” and they have two young children. Guess neither party were thinking about them or anyone else.
According to the national statistics:
Given the secretive nature of infidelity, exact figures about cheating and extra-marital affairs are nearly impossible to establish.
- It is estimated that roughly 30 to 60% of all married individuals (in the United States) will engage in infidelity at some point during their marriage (see, Buss and Shackelford for review of this research). And these numbers are probably on the conservative side, when you consider that close to half of all marriages end in divorce (people are more likely to stray as relationships fall apart).
- Research consistently shows that 2 to 3% of all children are the product of infidelity (see, Anderson). And most of these children are unknowingly raised by men who are not their biological fathers.
- Infidelity is becoming more common among people under 30.
- Men are more likely to cheat than women. But, as women become more financially independent, women are starting to act more like men with respect to infidelity.
- As more and more women enter the work force, “office romances” are becoming more common. Spouses often spend more time with coworkers than with each other.
- The internet, e-mail, and chat rooms are making it easier for people to engage in infidelity.
- The initial decision to be unfaithful is rarely ever a rational choice; instead infidelity is usually driven by circumstances and one’s emotions.