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Cheaters May Be Genetically Predisposed To Infidelity, Study Finds
Could My Husband’s Cheating Be An Addiction?
How Guilty Should You Feel About An Emotional Affair?
5 Reasons People Cheat
Are Some People Hardwired For Sex?
The Jian Ghomeshi Sex Scandal: An Abuse Of Power
New Survey Investigates Porn Addiction And Its Impact On Marriage
Confess Infidelity To Save Your Marriage?
Keeping Up With The Sex And Love Lexicon – “Sexicon”
Men and Women See Cheating Differently
Is Cybersex Grounds for Divorce?
Online Affairs Are Emotional Affairs
Online Cheating: A Slippery Slope
Preventing Cyber Cheating
The Cheater’s Voice
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