Why Men Cheat

April 27, 2010

What if you could find out if your man is at a higher risk for infidelity before you married him? Controversial research suggests there is a cheating gene, and tests can tell you if your man may carry it!

 


Read Dr. Phil's blog about love, sex and the American man!




 






A Marriage on the Brink
Angela says if she knew her husband, Jose, was going to be a cheater, she never would have married him. Jose has admitted to cheating with eight different women and claims that he's addicted to pornography.

 

 


"Unless I can see a complete change, I'm totally done." 

 


 

Wired to Cheat?
Some say that it is possible to identify brain patterns that can be a factor in predicting a man's risk of cheating. One of America's top brain imaging experts and author of Change Your Brain, Change Your Body Dr. Daniel Amen takes a closer look at what's really going on inside Jose's head. Is he choosing his behavior, or is it possible his brain is actually wired to stray? Jose is put to the test. 

Will a simple brain scan tell Angela everything she needs to know? 

 


 

How to Lower His Risk
Joining Dr. Phil and Dr. Amen are the author of Insatiable Wives, clinical psychologist Dr. David Ley, Claremont University's Dr. Paul Zak and author of The Male Brain, neuro-psychiatrist Dr. Louann Brizendine. What can Jose do to change his behavior?

 



And, learn how to spot a possible cheater just by looking at his hand! 

 


 

Free Will vs. Brain Health
Three men with three different histories undergo a brain scan to see what their cheating risk is. The results are surprising!

 

 



"He had very low overall brain activity." 

 


 

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