“I used to think people who cheated were appalling human beings. Now I do it."
Nearly 1 in 10 have survived repeated sexual infidelities.
'This is the start of the rest of your life.'
This is not a justification for cheating. It's a new way of looking at and understanding infidelity.
Yes, THAT scene somehow got even sadder.
Keeping doors open to a lover will add years of pain to your healing process, as trust can't be restored.
Simply and essentially, people want the three A's: acknowledgement, affection, attention.
If we can admit that a connection with another partner might not irreparably harm our primary relationship, our relationships might be longer and better.
"According to the Good Book, allowing anyone else into your sacred bed, makes you an infidel who will be met with fire and brimstone."
"An affair can be catastrophic to a relationship, but it doesn't have to end it."