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Can Open Relationships Cure Jealousy?

Em & Lo, EMandLO.com | Posted 10.15.2012 | Women

EmandLo.com We’ve always said that if you want to be in an open relationship, it helps if you’re the kind of advanced human being who is missi...

'RHONJ' Reunion Part 3 Recap: Everyone Finally Snaps

Sydney Levin | Posted 10.15.2012 | TV
Sydney Levin

Hello, and welcome back to "Demonic Possession Is a Real Thing" Part 3. The palpable hatred in No. 1 led to the blood bath in No. 2, so at this point, we're basically kicking an extremely dead (but still sparkly) horse.

Why Are We Obsessed With Cheaters?

Lindsay Gellman | Posted 12.14.2012 | Media
Lindsay Gellman

These past warm months have been especially riddled with revelations of academic dishonesty. And the scandals have been extensively covered by the media.

Desperate Housewives: The Kennebunk Episode

Robert Weiss | Posted 12.13.2012 | Crime
Robert Weiss

Anyone who's had the good fortune to spend a few days in this part of America's idyllic Northeastern coastline would likely acknowledge this as a pretty accurate description -- except they left out the bit about the Zumba-workout-gym-turned-prostitution-ring.

The Scarlet Manifesto: The Rise of the Adulterous Woman

Dr. Peggy Drexler | Posted 12.13.2012 | Women
Dr. Peggy Drexler

In my work and in my life, I had been hearing more from women who were both having extramarital affairs and actively seeking them out. While they weren't necessarily proud of their actions, neither were they ashamed.

To an Athlete Lying Young

James Moore | Posted 12.11.2012 | Sports
James Moore

The Lance Armstrong story was as American as a Chevrolet commercial. Lance was the everyman icon for accomplishment and effort. He also appears to have cheated. And lied.

Why One Author Says Compromise Could Kill Your Marriage

Justine Browning | Posted 12.08.2012 | Divorce
 Justine Browning

Why do some marriages last and others fizzle?

'RHONJ Reunion Part 2': Sex, Lies & Dead Dads

Sydney Levin | Posted 10.08.2012 | TV
Sydney Levin

Andy cuts right to the chase and asks Joe who he was really talking to in the vineyard. "Uh, Albie. A friend of mine, I was taking care of things back home," Joe says succinctly.

Is Monogamy Natural?

Stefanie Iris Weiss | Posted 12.05.2012 | Women
Stefanie Iris Weiss

After five, seven, or seventeen years, rest assured your wandering eye does not make you a bad person. It makes you human -- it makes you a woman.

School Cheating Scandals -- What's a Parent to Do?

John McCormick | Posted 12.04.2012 | Parents
John McCormick

Is there more that we as parents can do to find real solutions to cheating? What actions can parents take to affect real change so that cheating doesn't become an indelible part of our educational system?

Processing the Pain of Infidelity

Amy Chan | Posted 12.03.2012 | Women
Amy Chan

These struggles in our lives are opportunities for us to heal old wounds and to grow. They are catalysts that have to be triggered in order for you to overcome them. These experiences may not feel good at the time, but they are not good or bad -- they are just a part of the human journey.

How to Cheat in a Presidential Debate

Keith Thomson | Posted 12.03.2012 | Politics
Keith Thomson

During a 2008 Republican primary debate, moderator Tim Russert asked Mitt Romney, "Will you do for Social Security what Ronald Reagan did in 1983?" A disembodied whisper of "He raised taxes" followed. Romney appeared to take note before answering Russert, "I'm not going to raise taxes."

The Monogamy Myth

Stefanie Iris Weiss | Posted 12.01.2012 | Women
Stefanie Iris Weiss

Women are programmed for pleasure. It’s just society’s built-in misogyny that throws a wrench in biology’s plan for us. We’re not taught to value our bodies, our sexuality and our desire enough.

The School Game

Susan D. Blum | Posted 12.01.2012 | Education
Susan D. Blum

We can keep calling for morality, but just as arguments to share the ball don't make any sense in football, the stakes of the education game compel students and faculty and administrators to compete win in the perceived zero-sum game.

Why Do We Cheat?

Ben Michaelis, Ph.D. | Posted 11.27.2012 | Healthy Living
Ben Michaelis, Ph.D.

The "cheating epidemic" is upon us. And it is everywhere. From our high schools, to our most hallowed institutions, to our venerable newspapers, to our best-selling authors. Cheaters are omnipresent. Quick -- cover your answers!

The Culture of Deceit

Patricia McGuire | Posted 11.26.2012 | DC
Patricia McGuire

Politicians do it. Journalists do it. Even Harvard students do it. Dissembling, stonewalling and outright lies all pass for political discourse these days. The culture of deceit appears to be not only pervasive, but quite acceptable as a way of doing business.

Education Is War, According to a Term-Paper Mill: A Metaphor to Justify By

Susan D. Blum | Posted 11.25.2012 | College
Susan D. Blum

As long as we have not made the case for the merit of the content and process of education, the war and the game will persist. Students will find ways around the requirements. And the UnemployedProfessors will find plenty of jobs scamming the system they regard as corrupt.

How To Catch A Cheater

Posted 09.25.2012 | Divorce

How do you catch a partner you suspect of cheating? On Monday, we asked our followers on Twitter and Facebook to tell us how they busted their two...

'RHONJ' Season Finale Recap: Stripping Rumor Tears Family Apart

Sydney Levin | Posted 09.24.2012 | TV
Sydney Levin

We're transported back in time to the Season 3 reunion, and as you'll recall Jacqueline wasn't there. Caroline explained that the "incident last night" kept her from attending, and now, a year later, we finally know what that was.

3 Ways To Ensure Your Spouse Doesn't Stray

Melissa Chapman | Posted 11.22.2012 | Weddings
Melissa Chapman

All those other transgressions seem to pale in comparison (yes EVEN the "you are your mother" comment) to stepping outside our marriage, our union, the lives we've built, the unit we've created as a couple and sharing himself in the most intimate way with another person.

How Things Like This Happen: A Study In Character

Grant Broward | Posted 05.17.2013 | Gay Voices
Grant Broward

As the semester came to a close and a month passed after Matt's disclosure in the bar, there was an end-of-year party we all attended. Knowing Matt would be there, I braced myself for the run-in, knowing exactly what I needed to get off my chest.

'RHONJ' Season Finale Recap: Someone Was A Stripper ...

Sydney Levin | Posted 11.12.2012 | TV
Sydney Levin

Hello, season finale part one! You fall on Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish "Day of Judgment" -- so tonight, I feel God has actually granted me permission to tear some shiksa housewives a new one.

When Is More Not Always Better? Advances in Science That Raise Important Questions

Vivian Diller, Ph.D. | Posted 11.13.2012 | Healthy Living
Vivian Diller, Ph.D.

While advances in science no doubt help us in countless ways, and in no way am I suggesting we impede the development of medicines that improve the quality of our lives, we need to keep a watchful eye on the cultural pressures some unwittingly create.

Website Has Professors Do Your 'Lame-Ass' Project For You

Posted 09.13.2012 | College

Have you ever gotten an assignment and said to yourself, "I do NOT want to do this!" Unemployedprofessors.com, a website for the ethically challeng...

Cheating Because the Stakes Are So Low

Steve Nelson | Posted 11.12.2012 | Education
Steve Nelson

The incidence of cheating is lowest when students or citizens perceive that they are members of an interdependent community, but that's not, sadly, today's America.