An affair doesn’t necessarily mean a relationship has gone bad.
One in seven women are unfaithful to their partners (and about one in five men). The real reasons women cheat are not what you’d expect.
Theresa Byrne ponders what we can learn about all relationships from the ones that begin as emotional affairs.
How you do know when your partner crosses that line, or when you do?
Unsure what makes it an emotional affair? These six warning signs provide a good idea of what to avoid.
Despite temptation, you can stay true to yourself, your partner, and your relationship.
This type of cheating causes much more damage than that of any sexual affair.
Do opposite sex friendships really exist, or are they just relationships in waiting (or in secret)?
Quentin Lucas discusses the false security we feel in not talking about sex.
When a man is emotionally out of integrity, is it better to lie about the desire to cheat?
Despite past mistakes, Liz Furl is determined to have healthy, respect-based relationships with the men in her life.
We can assure ourselves that affairs only happen because of broken people or broken relationships but do we really think millions of people are pathological?
How hurt and betrayal can be a path to mutual growth and discovery.
Intimacy expert Allana Pratt says the #1 key to communicating after an affair is to speak in a way the other can hear.
Reportedly, women and men have different views on sexual vs. emotional affairs. Let the dubious evolutionary theorizing begin.