Today, the word “infidelity” is rarely used outside of the context of relationships and there are many definitions of infidelity, from dry bones dictionary definitions to wordy descriptions by psychologists and the like. However, all definitions of infidelity amount to the same thing. Infidelity is a breach of trust, an act of disloyalty within a marriage or ...
Infidelity statistics can be interesting but more often than not they are misleading – statistics best taken with a healthy pinch of salt.
Here’s why statistics on infidelity are best “used with caution”, together with tips on how to find to find meaningful facts and figures on infidelity. Continue reading
Sexual infidelity encompasses all forms of sexual activity outside of a marriage, online and off. But despite the devastation it causes many marriages can and do survive sexual extramarital affairs.
Learn more about sexual infidelity, what it includes and options for surviving it, here. Continue reading
Emotional infidelity may seem innocent enough – often described as a “close friendship” and “harmless” – but it is in fact a form of infidelity that can damage a marriage more seriously than sexual infidelity.
Learn more about emotional infidelity, how it harms a marriage, and how to deal with it, here. Continue reading
Different types of experts identify different types of infidelity, and the end result is quite a number of variations.
From the point of view of “Joe Public” the situation is pretty straightforward – there are just three main types of infidelity. Here, find out more about each of these types of infidelity and how they impact a marriage. Continue reading
The discovery of marital infidelity brings a wide range of emotions into play that can leave you feeling helpless, confused and vulnerable. Here, you will find four first steps for surviving infidelity – steps that will help you come to terms with and manage the many emotions surrounding infidelity. Continue reading