Monday, October 29, 2007

Wives with Cheating Husbands Can Gain the Upper Hand

Most wives with cheating husbands put up with their husband’s infidelity because they feel they have no choice. Or they simply suffer in silence because they don’t know what else to do. There’s no need to sit back and be a helpless victim, if your husband is cheating on you. You may not realize it, but you have a lot more power and control than you think.

There’s a lot you can do to make the best of a bad situation and in the process, minimize a lot of the damage infidelity can cause. With a careful plan of action, you can actually gain the upper hand. And most of it can be done quietly behind the scenes.

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Thursday, October 25, 2007

Tips to Repair After an Affair

Is infidelity a forgivable sin? When surveyed, 90 percent of Americans say that infidelity is wrong, yet 20 percent of men and 13 percent of women actually do cheat on their spouses. Infidelity is devastating families across the country as the cycle of self-blame, betrayal and anger can be difficult to break. We work with many couples who choose to stay together after an affair. If they seek help early and confront the different issues that instigated the affair, there can be real hope of relationship recovery.

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Thursday, October 18, 2007

Why Men Cheat vs Why Women Cheat

What makes a person in a marriage or committed relationship cheat on their spouse or significant other? Surprisingly, the answer depends on whether you’re talking about a cheating woman or a cheating man. Men and women cheat for different reasons. Several infidelity studies found that men and women who are cheating on their spouses gave different reasons to justify their extramarital affairs.

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Thursday, October 11, 2007

Top 10 Signs of Infidelity Found to Be Misleading By Infidelity Expert's New Research

Fourteen years of ongoing research by a leading infidelity expert have consistently revealed that the top 10 signs of infidelity can mislead suspicious mates who are seeking evidence of an affair.

According to infidelity expert Ruth Houston, founder of, suspicious spouses should put less emphasis on the top 10 signs of infidelity, and focus instead on 21 areas of concern.

Because people rely so heavily on the top 10 signs of infidelity, Houston, the author of a popular infidelity book, has compiled a free special report to assist those seeking signs of infidelity, entitled "21 Ways to Spot a Cheating Mate."

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Tuesday, October 9, 2007

Reverse Phone Lookup "Detective" Now Provides Fast and Easy Reverse Cell Phone Lookups

People with a cheating spouse, those weary of telemarketers and threatening prank callers, and individuals with just too many friends to keep track of need a way to get more information about the calls made to and from their cell phones. These facts are borne out by the increased traffic on white pages sites as well as at people search and reverse phone lookup portals. On the other hand, people used to the lightning-fast technology of cells and PDAs don't want to have to spend too much time retrieving the information they need.

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Monday, October 1, 2007

Billboard Angers Hollywood Residents

People in West Hollywood, California, are furious about a billboard. And they're demanding that it be taken down. The billboard reads:

"Life is Short... Have An Affair"

It was put up by the Ashley Madison Agency, a Southern California dating service, that encourages marital infidelity. The agency maintains that married people get bored with each other, and it's allright to cheat on your spouse. People are protesting the billboard. They're actually walking a picket line, and carrying signs.

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Survey Findings On Perceptions of Infidelity in Online and Virtual World Environments

Spunlogic, an award-winning interactive marketing and technology agency, released the findings of a survey on the perceptions of infidelity in online and virtual world environments.

With social networks, text messaging, and even virtual worlds beginning to play a role in interpersonal relationships, real-world effects are beginning to take shape. An example made headlines recently -- a man, who created a character representing himself in the virtual world Second Life, married his "in-world" romantic interest, prompting his real-world wife to file for divorce.

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