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3 Recovery Skills You Need Post-Infidelity
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3 Recovery Skills You Need Post-Infidelity

After the infidelity is discovered, even the "injured" party has work to do. What?  I just got beaten to a bloody pulp emotionally, and I’m the one who has work to do? Yes, it’s hard to think about making changes while you’re off-balance from pain and shock. Whether married, never-married, separated or divorced, you’ve been traumatized and your whole sense of self is undermined. This is one of those proverbial growth opportunities. It’s a great time to work out a recovery plan.

5 Secrets To Keep From Your Husband & 5 Absolutely Not To
Some secrets are between girlfriends.
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5 Secrets To Keep From Your Husband & 5 Absolutely Not To

For years I was a big believer in "keeping secrets" in a relationship. They weren't "secrets" as much as having privacy. Not once did I check his text messages or his email (even though I had his password). Then I found out my fiancé was living a secret life as a gay man.

Should I Have Told My Ex I Cheated On Him? [VIDEO]
Should I admit I had the affair?
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Should I Have Told My Ex I Cheated On Him?

The easiest way to relive guilt associated with infidelity is to tell the person you betrayed that you cheated. However, according to a poll of over 100 YourTango Experts, when someone in a relationship has been unfaithful, it isn't always best for him/her to tell his/her partner. So, what's a person supposed to do to feel better about her unfaithful past? And is she destined to repeat her mistakes — or worse — in the future?

21 Telltale Signs Your Husband Is Having An Affair [EXPERT]
Does he have lipstick on his collar?
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21 Telltale Signs Your Husband Is Having An Affair

Every woman in a relationship worries about infidelity, but unless he stumbles in late at night smelling like cheap perfume, it can be tough to tell whether your man is having an affair. Thankfully, our experts are here to help. Below are some of the ways you can discern whether you're just being jealous or he's actually up to no good.

Is Infidelity As Rampant As The Media Makes It Seem? [VIDEO]
Tawdry tales of illicit affairs always make headlines.
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Is Infidelity As Rampant As The Media Makes It Seem?

We hear about it almost every day. Some Hollywood celebrity or Washington politician has cheated on his poor, unsuspecting wife. Sometimes as many as 14 accusers come forward alleging affairs, as was the case with golf great Tiger Woods. But is infidelity really as rampant as the media makes it seem, or is it just a ploy to sell tabloid magazines?

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Does infidelity ruin your chances for long-term monogamy?
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How Do We Recommit To Monogamy After An Affair?

After your partner comes clean about an affair, is it really possible to have a monogamous relationship? In this video, therapist, relationship coach and YourTango Expert Dr. Tammy Nelson explains what it takes for couples to recommit to monogamy after an affair.

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Is revenge cheating acceptable?
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What Guys Think Links: Should You Cheat On A Cheater?

Who is your favorite "Hunger Games" character? What does Don Draper look for in a lady? A lady gets a wedding do-over. Postponing a wedding for a lizard. Taking a porn actress to the prom. Bachelor party must-haves. Is paying for sex always wrong? Is revenge cheating okay? What if you're more sexual than your guy? What do guys really think about after having sex? Saying goodbye really hurts. And, how to let him/her down easy.

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Should we expect monogamy or prepare for the worst?
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Does Monogamy Really Work?

It is normal to feel comforted by the thought that our partner is never going to have sex with anyone else but us. Marriage can give us the illusion that our partner is bound by a legal agreement to never cheat. This comes from a long history of marriage as primarily a real estate contract, used purely as a way to perpetuate a name or lineage. But today, with birth control and DNA testing there is no longer a need to use the same harsh outside control. Today we expect to marry not for our names or for property, but for love and for desire.