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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.
A huge number of Ashley Madison users have affairs on cell phones their spouses know the password to
According to new data from the cheating service, many users carry out affairs in plain sight and say technology has made it easier to do so.
A woman who says she only dates married millionaires thinks they treat her infinitely better than young, single men
Married men hang off Gweneth Lee's every word and are not intimidated by her success, she says, while she thinks single men are empty and insecure.
Facebook Dating removes your relationship status and won’t match you with friends, potentially enabling cheaters
While people looking for affairs can use any dating app behind their partners' backs, a Facebook Dating feature may make it easier not to get caught.
Cheating on your partner in Oklahoma could land you in jail for five years. In these 6 other US states, infidelity could also get you in legal trouble...
The states have ancient laws that allow people to sue "the other" woman or man for depriving them of love, attention, and companionship.
I found out my girlfriend of 7 years cheated on me twice. I want to forgive and trust her again, but is that even possible?
Couples can recover from infidelity, but both partners need to be committed to putting in the work to rebuild trust and intimacy.
Marriage and family therapist Sheri Meyers outlines what to look for if you suspect your partner is having an emotional affair.
In Taiwan, Rwanda, and even North Carolina, being unfaithful can land you in jail or with a hefty fine. Here are 19 cheating laws around the world.
An affair can strain or break a relationship. But in some places, the repercussions can be even more serious.
The internet thinks the therapist on ‘Big Little Lies’ is out of control, and psychologists agree her counseling style crosses a line
In season 2 of the HBO show, Dr. Reisman's black-and-white approach could end up hurting characters and causing more turmoil in their relationships.
We rounded up science-backed and expert insights on infidelity of all kinds in romantic relationships.