Coping with the Aftermath of Infidelity
Research (Atkins, Baucom & Jacobson, 2001) indicates that there are multiple factors leading to infidelity. Two prominent factors are relationship satisfaction and opportunity for attention, which is responsible for people engaging in extra-marital affairs. Find out how you can deal with this painful event.
More Than A Colleague
Nowadays men and women are working side by side, thus providing much more opportunity for extra-marital affairs to occur. Even people who have a good marriage and value monogamy may find themselves in an affair if they do not uphold strong boundaries with work colleagues.
Safeguard your relationship against Emotional Infidelity
"When a spouse places his or her emotional needs in the hands of someone outside the marriage, it breaks the bond of marriage just as adultery does." Gary Newman. Most often, people don't start out intending to be emotionally unfaithful to their spouses. It is just a normal friendship that gradually becomes deeper.
What is Emotional Infidelity?
Family mediator and mental health counsellor, Gary Neuman, says, "When a spouse places his or her emotional needs in the hands of someone outside the marriage, it breaks the bond of marriage, just as adultery does." Reading this article would help you understand what emotional infidelity is and identify its signs that might be unhealthy for your marriage.
Rebuilding Trust In Marriage
Trust is one of the basic ingredients for a good marriage. It is something that can be built up through careful nurturing and effort. But once broken, it is hard to restore. Couples can rebuild trust if both are willing to put time and effort into the process.
Infidelity: What it does to your Marriage
There was a time when people were shocked at the idea of an extra-marital affair. But now, even in India, these ‘casual affairs' are much more commonplace and almost acceptable. But are these affairs to be taken so casually?