1. Have no real plan about your life. This way you will be able to do as many spontaneous things as possible and gradually you will begin dating a person who you will consequently cheat on.
2. Date someone you are not friends with. Because of reason 1 you will date anyone and everyone. What this means is that because you have no standards anything goes for you. You will realize the person you are dating is not your type after months, maybe years of dating and since you are such a free living person you will cheat on them in order to fulfill that insatiable appetite to be spontaneous or habitually confused as I would like to call it.
3. Have no respect. This is the easiest way to achieve your goal of cheating. In order to perform this particular task view everyone you date as less an individual than you are. This method of thought has a twofold effect as the lack of respect extends to the main partner being cheated on and the other one/s you are cheating on them with.
4. You have to be liked by everyone. This particular perspective requires one to flirt with everyone they meet and arouse interest in the other person to the point things get rather complicated. With everyone liking you so much you just have to please them. This will make you feel like a good human being. You will become a martyr to the needs of multiple lovers, a true love philanthropist.
5. Lastly, be very selfish. Because the world is yours and you must have everything under the horizon cheating will make you feel like a real big man/woman. Make sure you care only about your feelings and what the world has in store for you. Notably, this perspective is the most efficient. You will cheat on more people with more people than you would ever imagine.
In conclusion, cheating is very easy. One does not need to apply much effort to sustain this particular lifestyle. In fact all you need is a good memory and some neurotic habits. However, being faithful and sustaining a real meaningful relationship is for a different kind of people. This is a harder endeavor. Notably, the two views on human relations have their
own consequences on the practitioners involved. If you’ve read this far you know what this implies. However, when it’s time to decide on the path you are going to take. What will you choose the easy one or the hard way? Let me know in the comments below.