It's almost Valentine's Day, that totally sincere and non-commercially driven day of the year in which you're supposed to spend shedloads of money on your other half to prove how much you love them.
It wasn't to mark the occasion, but the folks over at Time have compiled a few compelling facts and figures about fidelity, courtesy of science and psychology blogger Eric Barker.
Be warned - the below makes for pretty sorry reading:
Men are more likely to cheat if...
Their spouse is pregnant
The more financially dependent he is on his partner
But men who earn substantially more than their partners are also more predisposed to cheating
Men who are risk takers or have high sex-drives
Men are more likely to cheat with women younger than themselves
Overall, married men are as likely to cheat as experience a flight delay
And for women...
The more sexual partners she has had
Women who earn more than male partners
Women who are better educated than their partners
The lower her educational level overall, the more likely it is a woman will cheat
The deeper a man's voice, and the higher a woman's voice, the more likely they are to cheat
Power and confidence make both sexes more likely to cheat
On average, people are unfaithful for the first time after seven years of marriage
Half of extramarital partners are met at work
Fairly obviously, how emotionally and sexually satisfied you are in a relationship affects the chances of how likely it is you'll cheat
Some people just cheat because they're stressed, a report found
Some good news
Happy Valentine's Day.