Unfaithfulness: a Weakness or a Necessity?

Unfaithfulness: a weakness or a necessity?
  Love is claimed to be what makes the world looks a better place, and it is generally defined as a pure, peaceful and mature feeling that a human being is capable of sharing with someone. Unfortunately, it seems that different conceptions of love prevail among people because it is commonly believed that you have to accept a person as it is even though he or she is, for example, unfaithful. Although people may love each other, they can be unfaithful either because they do not have the strength to resist the temptation of being with other person that is not their mate, or because they are unable to love. Consequently, weakness of body, mind and soul brings on unfaithfulness.
  Indisputably, many people claim that infidelity is an ‘acceptable human need’, and that there is nothing wrong about having sex with others apart from the usual partner. Moreover, they say that having sex with more than one partner enlarge sexual experience, preventing couples from monotony. However, infidelity is claimed to be a weakness, not a need. Experts in the psychological field agree that people generally tend to give in to their deepest sexual desires because they fail to control their impulses to be with someone else, because they are afraid of commitment, and because they are unable to love.
  To begin with, sometimes cheating occurs when a person in a relationship brings to light the weakness of the body because of not being able to control their lecherous desires. Nonetheless, the reason why they cannot control their lust is because they are emotionally weak, so, basically, they are not prepared to have a serious relationship, and the main sign of this is when people are interested in dating. Psychologists say that there is nothing wrong with dating people, but, whenever you have a serious relationship, showing willingness to date others gives a clear sign that you are emotionally unable to maintain a relationship without being...