Misconceptions about infidelity – As a psychiatrist in the Brown University faculty, one of the most prestigious in America, I’ve been researching men, women, marriage and relationships for more than a decade.
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In that time, I’ve come to discover that one of the greatest challenges to a committed relationship is when one partner goes outside of the marriage to look for a connection, either physical or emotional.
When people find out about infidelity, they often make all kinds of assumptions about how and why people have affairs. The assumptions, however, are probably wrong. For example, would you believe it if I told you that most of time affairs happens to people who aren’t looking for it?
We live in a hush-hush culture — when it comes to infidelity, there’s a lot of BS out there — and most of what you think is true just isn’t (you probably thought people who cheat actively seek partners outside marriage, right?). Here are the 10 most common misconceptions about infidelity, and the truth behind them.
9. Once An Affair Is Out In The Open, A Couple Can Never Be Happy Again
Not true. Affairs happen, and people do recover — you hardly ever hear success stories because no one wants to discuss the past. But couples can learn to successfully rebuild their relationships, and many of my patients say their bonds are even stronger once they’ve worked things through.
Distinguishing infidelity fact from fiction can help you and your partner gain a better understanding of how an affair happens, what to expect if one does, and what you can do to prevent infidelity.Truth is a powerful tool that can help you recover.
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