Prince Haakon and Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway are reportedly fighting each other! The Princess has a notoriously work shy work schedule and has been getting criticism for her materialistic ways and preferences for luxury vacations. The Crown Princess developed a preference for expensive haute couture while her closet has been stocked heavily with nothing but designer labels. It has been triggering criticism and her love of luxury has scandalized the down to earth Scandinavian country and low-key royal family and generated a lot of bad press.
Though many people wouldn't forgive a partner for cheating under any circumstances, many of us, for various reasons, would at least begin to go in that direction. Many experts, including those on YourTango, have helpful advice on how to move toward reconciliation, and how to understand why cheating occurs.
Are you about to lose your partner? Do you suspect or actually know that he or she has had an affair or is engaged in one presently? Oh, my! I don’t envy you: this is one of the most difficult, shaking – upsetting feelings! It makes us so vulnerable, and leaves us feeling so belittled and betrayed. There is so much anger that we could rant and rave.
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.
While we might expect teenage boys to stash dirty magazines under their beds, the same cannot be said about grown men in committed relationships. But what if you found out your boyfriend or husband had a dirty little secret hiding on his computer? Would you feel betrayed to learn that his teenage habit had extended into his adulthood?
We recently shared the news that fewer couples are divorcing due to infidelity, which seems like a great victory for the legions of faithful, til-death-do-us-part men and women of the world. But unfortunately, though it's not causing married couples to beeline it to divorce court, the fact of the matter is this: Cheating still happens.
I have to say I was somewhat dismayed when I heard that Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver were breaking up and that the reason for their break up was Arnold’s affair with his family's housekeeper. I found myself feeling weary of hearing the same old story. It seems like every other day on the news a story surfaces about a powerful man cheating on his beautiful wife with an employee, an intern or some other type of domestic worker.
Amy Pugh, 38, from Michigan initially used Facebook to gather her former classmates for their high school reunion. Only 10 days after the event, Pugh's husband abandoned her and their two young children for an affair with over Facebook. When Pugh revealed her situation to concerned classmates, nearly 250 of them teamed up to offer Pugh financial and material support. Take a guess at which website they used to organize their efforts.
Think your relationship is on the brink? Fantasizing about someone else? Thinking at all about...cheating? Ronnie Koenig of AOL Health invites Ian Kerner and Dr. Patti Britton to give anyone in a relationship going south some much needed advice before walking the potentially dangerous path of infidelity—this could potentially can save your marriage...
Is it just us, or are confessional websites the Internet trend du jour? In between PostSecret, FML, and Texts from Last Night, we've been suffering an sinister blend of schedenfreude and TMI. CheatConfession, which is exactly what it sounds like, is the latest collection of diatribes and tales of despair to emerge from the crop.