It’s as simple as that, folks.
You and your relationship can recover from the pain of infidelity
When they’re full of themselves, there’s no room for you.
Reconciling a marriage after infidelity with a cheater who is not remorseful and has no interest in helping you heal is a much more heart-wrenching version of Weekend at Bernie’s.
Stacey Freeman shows it’s possible to have a low-conflict divorce—even after infidelity.
Of course, that doesn’t mean cheating is OK or that monogamy is impossible.
One woman’s candid perspective on a sensitive issue.
Doing unto your partner as they have done to you is not the road to happiness if what’s being done is wrong.
“When people show you over and over that they aren’t capable of loving you the way you want to be loved, believe them.”
Can marriages be saved by helping couples understand their unique erotic identities?
Be afraid — your husband,wife, or partner may be an independent being!
An affair doesn’t necessarily mean a relationship has gone bad.
Elphie Coyle offers 5 thoughts to consider before choosing to leave a cheating partner.
Shawn Henfling believes that while it’s popular to pile onto cheaters, sometimes the behavior itself may just be a cry for help.