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Dr. Ruth said if you cheat once, regret it, and are happy in your relationship, you shouldn’t tell your partner
The globally renowned 91-year-old sex therapist said disclosing your affair could cause more problems in your relationship than if you keep it secret.
Sammi Cheng says she hopes for peace and quiet to return.
Andy Hui just admitted to cheating on Sammi Cheng, devastating supporters of ‘Hong Kong’s last fairytale’
"I regret it very much, and find it very hard to face myself and accept myself," Hui said.
‘It snowballed really fast’: A man tells a court how he killed his best friend to be with the man’s wife
Brian Winchester testified on Tuesday against Denise Williams, who is on trial for allegedly plotting the death of her first husband, Mike Williams.
Here’s how to tell if you cheat because of love or lust — and why it’s important to know the difference
People are unfaithful to their partners for several different reasons. Here's how you can tell if it's a one-off due to intense passion, or something more meaningful.
I asked 3 sex and relationship therapists to demystify infidelity, and their answers will make you think differently about cheating
Sex and relationship therapists have a more nuanced take on infidelity than most of us do. For example, most people who cheat don't actually want to leave their partners.
The relationship expert at one of the most popular affair websites says there are 2 distinct types of cheating among modern couples
Ashley Madison's resident relationship expert, sex therapist Tammy Nelson, says there are two types of cheating she sees: people who want to leave their relationship and don't know how and people who have no desire to leave their relationship at all.
Ashley Madison's relationship expert, sex therapist Tammy Nelson, says having an "affair" with your spouse is about putting some effort into maintaining the passion in your marriage instead of looking for it elsewhere.
A sex therapist says many people feel so guilty about cheating that they passive-aggressively try to get caught
Ashley Madison's relationship expert, sex therapist Tammy Nelson, says some cheaters are so overwhelmed by the pressure of lying to their partner that they try — albeit passive-aggressively — to get caught.
A popular website for married people seeking affairs revealed why people cheat — and it isn’t just about sex
A survey conducted by Ashley Madison examined why people cheat, and found many are looking for an emotional connection, instead of or in addition to sex.