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From: The Telegraph

Powerful women ‘will have affairs just like men’

The Telegraph:

Both men and women in powerful positions were more likely to stray than their junior colleagues because they had high self–esteem, according to the research.

Researchers at Tilburg University in Holland, led by Dr Joris Lammers, a psychologist, found that, contrary to popular perceptions, women with powerful jobs were just as likely to stray sexually as men.

“There’s been a lot of research indicating gender is the key factor but none of these studies have been done on powerful women,” Dr Lammers said.

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Hmmm, interesting….. I am a ‘powerful’ woman. I hope I dont fall into this category!

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