affairs

"Having kids is a major passion-killer" – six parents tell HuffPost UK why they chose to stray, rather than seek a divorce.
I consider myself a feminist. I consider myself to live in a world where things are certainly not equal for women, but being white, married, middle class, heterosexual and reasonably solvent meant that I did not experience the injustice so many women do on a daily basis.
Ashley Madison, a website for people looking to have affairs, was hacked on Monday by a group calling themselves the Impact
A woman who is expecting her twelfth child has said that she would rather be a single mum on benefits than stay with her
Most affairs are rarely just about the desire to get steamy with someone else. They are far more often about people's inability to negotiate the relationship they are in. "People usually have affairs to cope with a marriage rather than end it," says Janet Reibstein.
Flipping heck, no wonder we all hate January so much. Not only are we faced with the post Christmas slump, a depleted bank
oliticians, film stars, and some of the great historical leaders of our time, have played away from home and made some terrible decisions as their desire has superseded their common sense, making the headlines and creating a headache for all involved.
Wives, it would seem, can be pesky things for men to have around at times. Fairly useful at christenings, and family get-togethers, not so much when they fancy letting their hair down and having no questions asked sex on demand. My friend was in a quandary as to what to do in the situation.
It's here, whether you're a fan or not, the World Cup is upon us, and it's probably about to take over your partner's life. But like any stressful time for couples such as Christmas or the family summer holiday, forewarned is forearmed.