Infidelity and Attachment Theory

Infidelity & Affair Help: Psychology

Who Is Likely to Be Unfaithful, and Why? by Susan Krauss Whitbourne, Ph.D. An inside look at what causes infidelity The perspectives on relationships provided by attachment theory provide important insights in the factors that influence the course of a couple’s dynamics over time.  According to attachment theory, the earliest …

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Ex-Sex Affairs

Affairs with an ex

The availability of social media such as Facebook, Friends Reunited and Classmates etc, makes it easy and convenient to locate and reconnect with old school friends. Many affairs start between old college or school friends using the technology as an easy, no-risk first contact that is easily explained to a …

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More American Women Admit to Cheating

Cheating Wives Narrowed Infidelity Gap Over Two Decades by Frank Bass U.S. wives narrow infidelity gap with 40% increase in cheating American women, who trail men when it comes to making money, leading companies and accumulating wealth, are closing the gap on at least one measure: cheating on their spouses. …

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Infidelity Approval Rating

Infidelity & Affair Help: Dr Haltzman

Related post about the infidelity approval ratings referred to in this post: Marital Infidelity Disapproval Rate ~ Wayfarer [hr] The Morality of Infidelity by Scott Haltzman, M.D. Earlier this week, the Huffington Post reviewed the remarkable findings of a Gallup poll that sought to find exactly where the needle sits …

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Marital Infidelity Disapproval Rate

Infidelity & Affair Help: A Fresh Perspective

How Marital Infidelity Became America’s Last Sexual Taboo by Hugo Schwyzer, for The Atlantic As Americans increasingly embrace a range of behaviors, they’re less and less permissive of cheating. Having an affair is one of the most immoral things you can do, according to a new Gallup poll. As Eleanor …

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Affairs After Mother’s Day Disappointments

A light-hearted look at the affair justification of, “I had an affair because I felt unappreciated on Mother’s Day” which is highlighted in AshMad’s registration statistics. This is a tongue-in-cheek article written by Rebel Wylie, an Australian mother who felt unappreciated and yet didn’t have an affair. ~ Wayfarer [hr] …

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