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What Type of Cheating Is Worse? Men, Women Disagree
Rebuilding a Relationship After an Affair
Emotional Affairs Threaten Marriage
Secret Social Media Accounts Offer Easy Venues for Illicit Relationships
Study Connects Twitter Use to Infidelity, Divorce
Emotional Cheating: When a Friendship Becomes Something More
Avoiding the Slippery Slope of Online Cheating
Before an Affair Becomes Physical It Starts with Emotions
Social Networking Extends Cheating Opportunities
Handling Fallout from Digital Dishonesty
Research Shows Extramarital Sexting is Akin to Cheating
Is Technology Crashing Your Relationship?
Online Cheating: Comparing Responses to Male and Female Profiles
Overcoming the Pain of Past Infidelity in a New Relationship
Is It Cheating? The Sexes Often Disagree
Cyber Relationships Can Damage Marriage
Are Extra-Marital Affairs Really Worth It?
Emotional Shock of Affair Can Trigger Illness
The Emotional Affair: Is it Cheating?
Is Cheating Abuse?
Millions in Work Productivity Lost Due to Online Cheating
How Much Porn is Too Much?
Love: Healthy Sexual/Romantic Attraction vs. Addictive Sexual/Romantic Attraction
Digital Technology, Reality, and Relationships
Newlywed Cheating on the Rise
Finding a Lost Lover on the Internet: Easy to do, but Dangerous if You’re Married
Porn Can Ruin Your Sex Life
Did the Internet Kill Cupid?
The Role of Pornography in Healthy Relationships
Is My Husband a Sex Addict?
Infidelity in the Digital Age: An Infographic
Finding Love in the Digital Age: An Infographic
Infidelity Drops to Second Place for Reasons for Divorce
Recreational Cybersex Can Lead to Addiction and Other Consequences
The Chronicles of GOP Candidates’ Sex Lives Begin
Schwarzenegger a Poster Boy for Infidelity?
Giving New Meaning to “Veterans’ Affairs”
Infidelity and War
Women Sext More than Men?
Pattern of Sexting, then Online Cybersex, then Real-World Affair is Likely, Say Researchers