Seven things your guy feels after cheating on you 1. He had hoped that you would never find out. 2. He wants you to believe he had not intended it to get out of hand. 3. He can’t believe that he has done this to you. 4. He is blown away by how much pain he has caused you. 5. Her wishes you could move beyond it and not keep bringing it up. 6. He does not know what to say when you want to go over it again.
It wasn’t too long ago that my phone rang and my good friend shared with me that one of the fathers in our town; the father of one our kids’ friends has been having an affair. She was almost breathless with excitement as she shared the story with me and I became increasingly uncomfortable hearing about the crumbling of this marriage taking place in the fishbowl of our suburban community.
The glamorous Miami lifestyle depicted in hip hop videos and iconic 80's television isn't just a facade. According to a new survey from extra-marital dating site Ashley Madison, would-be adulterers in the Magic City also prefer to take advantage of the finer things in life. The dating site designed for those already in relationships asked its monogamy-fearing members in Miami which hotels they favor when it comes to an adulterous romp and the super-fancy Fountainbleau topped the list.
The recent affair between Gen. Petraeus and his biographer Paula Broadwell has the country up in arms about whether his infidelity caused a security breach of some sort or put our country in danger. What should our concerns really be? Is monogamy in danger? When someone cheats, who is really to blame? And why do so many powerful men cheat?
Exposing marital infidelity can be a costly and time consuming endeavor. Sure, there is a plethora of high-tech methods out there, but did you know you can now go CSI-style on your significant other's soiled undergarments to expose an extramarital affair?
As an atheist, it's nice to know that I'm less likely to ever become president than a devout Christian who's cheated on his wife with everything that moves. Hypocrites much? Even as an atheist, I know the Ten Commandments better than some conservative folks.
Is it realistic to make a promise “I will love you until death do us part”? Famous Russian writer Leo Tolstoy who is considered an expert in understanding human feelings and relationships between people in general and man and woman in specific, in his novella “The Kreutzer Sonata” said: “To say that you can love one person all your life is just like saying that one candle will continue burning as long as you live”. Are you married, but not dead? Interested in discreet married dating? Welcome to FindNewPassion.com - premiere dating website for married and singles. Join free - thousands of members around the world are waiting for you. http://www.FindNewPassion.com
Unless you're inclined towards polyamory, extramarital relations are generally frowned upon. Monogamy is accepted and expected; infidelity is harmful. Right? Not so fast. Thinking about cheating—and even stepping our on your sweetie—can potentially help your relationship. There are four basic types of affairs: object affairs, sexual affairs, emotional affairs and full-blown secondary relationships. The last type of cheating can improve your existing relationship, even as it illuminates painful truths.
It started with a flirty dance while out with friends. It turned into a torrid year-long affair that her husband never knew about. One writer shares her tale of infidelity and how, against all odds, adultery put her on the path back to her husband. "I heard the warning voice in my head reminding me that this was dangerous territory: however alone I might feel, I was, in fact, married. And then, for the first time in 10 years, I silenced it. As Alex placed his hands on my hips, I knew with absolute clarity that I was about to have an affair. I knew it was a decision that could unravel even the strongest of unions. I never could have guessed that it would save mine."