Do you owe your spouse sex? If you stop having sex with your spouse, is he or she justified in having an affair? Is the denial of sex just as much as a betrayal as infidelity?
Catching your spouse cheating can be extremely heartbreaking and infuriating at the same time. While it's easy to be paralyzed by all of the emotions that come with this discovery, this is a crucial time to make some important decisions.
I'm blessed to have a lot of male Facebook friends and I've decided to milk these friendships for as much information that I can get. And that brings me to today's installment the: Top 10 Reasons Why Men Cheat.
In his biography of President Warren Harding, The Harding Affair, author James David Robenalt reveals a number of rather steamy love letters written b...
Whether or not your marriage can survive infidelity will greatly depend on your views about infidelity and about what this means to you.
If you've ever been cheated on, you've probably wondered if your cheater is truly sorry. Is it real remorse, or is it the other kind? What I call "genuine imitation Naugahyde remorse (GINR)." You know, sort of looks like the real thing, but upon closer inspection is a cheap fake.
Most people I have worked with in my career are very rational, responsible people. And yet, I have found the discussion, and the training, more necessary than I would have expected because of unintentional harassment rather than deliberate unpleasant behavior.
I was still reeling in the painful aftermath of learning that my husband of nearly two decades had been living a double life. The father of my three sons and the man I had built a life around, had been having an affair for almost three years.
The bottom line is that when you are having concerns, speak up! Communicate, rather than investigate. This approach is the best way to respect yourself, your partner and the relationship.
Serious marriage problems don't happen overnight; they creep up on people gradually. And shockingly, research shows that, on average, people live i...
Whenever I stumble across the words "affair-proof," my mind responds like the Incredible Hulk -- raging and ready to rip. Now, don't get me wrong, I wish I could find solace in those words and place my faith in their sanctity. But I can't.
Intuition is the first intangible warning sign of infidelity, but should people rely on their gut feelings alone? How can you know if you're sensing infidelity in a relationship or simply overreacting?
I recently did a TEDx talk in which I discussed the importance of mutual care-taking in relationships. I suggested that, at times, rather than foll...
Can something as simple as heart-centered communication really be the solution?
I am frequently mistaken for a priest. People confess things to me. I don't ask them to tell me their secrets, but I must have a non-judgemental face ...
Nagging simply isn't an aphrodisiac.