What if infidelity, the very opposite of what defines the nature of your relationship with this person, could somehow be the key to saving it?
While cultural stereotypes inform us that it's mostly men who cheat on their wives or girlfriends and not the other way around, clinical research concretely details that nearly as many women cheat as men. Why does the stereotype of men being "The Cheaters" prevail?
A recent study reports that more women are cheating, and many of them don't feel bad about it. Just how bad do some women want to "have it all"? Alyona Minkovski is joined by guests Susan Shapiro Barash, Jill Filipovic, and Mandy Stadtmiller to discuss.
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.
The biggest day of the year for female sign-ups to AshleyMadison.com is the day after Valentine's Day. Why? Because they're disappointed.
If you can avoid blaming the cheater and stay together to work through your problems, your marriage can survive and even improve.