Anabelle Bugatti examines the inside of an affair, what your spouse is truly seeking by having an affair, and answers the question "why don't people get out instead of cheating." Plus, she teaches you how to create the emotional experience people seek in an affair with your spouse or partner, and how to work towards affair-proofing your relationship. Read on to learn more!
Dr. Alicia H. Clark describes how, if both parties are willing, a marital affair can be worked through, allowing the marriage to not only continue, but in fact to thrive.
TimesOnline recently published an article “Why marriage can be good for your health”. After reading the article, I’m concerned that the conclusions they reach and the research they cite may not tell the whole story.
Let's start with the idea that the point of marriage is emotional connection. A long lasting marriage needs to foster trust and acceptance of each other's emotional tender spots. No wonder they say marriage is work. We get tired of our own issues, so why not tired of another's?
Question: Okay, I’ve been married for only eight months and my marriage is basically borderline divorce. My husband tells me that I am way too jealous and can’t control myself. I am always accusing him of doing stuff and he swears he is not. Now I found out last night that he is indeed meeting up with this girl after work (he gets out at 7am), and tells her that he will tell me he is staying late.
Just a quick look at recent news tells of the torrid affairs of prominent celebrities and politicians. What is especially surprising about these high-profile cheaters is that they engaged in the risky behavior, having to realize somewhere in the back of their minds that they could easily be caught or “outed” to a tabloid publication.
Question: I have a question about men being interested in watching transsexuals on a porn site and then having sexual dreams about penises. My boyfriend who is straight had a relationship with a transsexual about six years ago and still keeps in contact by phone. This issue has come up as it's interrupting our sex life since he'd rather watch she-male porn on the internet and jerk-off than have sex with me.
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.
Love is everywhere if you look for it, and Christmas is the time to make a magical leap to love. That's the premise of the delightful holiday film from 2003, Love Actually, brought to life by a stellar British cast who fall in or out of love at Christmas. There's a dark side to this premise, which illustrates how office affairs start and can be prevented. Let's explore the affair start up phase and how to protect your marriage from the threat of an office romance. Office Affair Start Up:
Stripping will boost your confidence and make you feel sexy. After you try this, your guy may be in favor of throwing a few dollar bills your way.
Why, oh why, can't Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore just be divorced already?!
Kim and Kanye? A match not necessarily made in heaven. Although Kim is very attractive, Kanye looks like he is always chewing on jawbreakers. I would hate to see that baby. I know it's messed up, but you have to match apples with apples and oranges with oranges, and you have to consider what your kids are going to look like.
If you're in a relationship with someone who's ever cheated on you, you know how difficult it can be to trust that person again. After all, once he's betrayed your trust, who's to say he won't do it again? In this video, therapist, relationship coach and YourTango Expert Julie Orlov offers advice about how to handle trust issues in any relationship, especially with someone who has been unfaithful in the past.
A relationship trauma can be anything that throws your marriage into a crisis. Often the crisis is precipitated by one partner or the other, such as through a breach of trust caused by an affair or some other form of lying or cheating. Overcoming this kind of stress in a relationship usually is a process that takes time and may be complicated. Here are a few of the things that must happen: 1. The behavior causing the problem must stop 2. The person doing the behavior must accept full responsibility for his or her behavior
Valentine's Day should be special and romantic for couples, but it may actually be someone outside the marriage who is getting the attention and special gifts. AOL reports that February 13th is becoming just as busy for florists, restaurants and others because it's the day men take out their mistresses. In this situation, everyone loses.