Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Divorce Rates After Infidelity Decrease

The last year saw its share of lawmakers facing the cameras to admit their affairs. Notably missing from their stories — any word, so far, that those liaisons would end their marriages.

Photographic proof that state Sen. Paul Stanley's intern was naked in his Nashville apartment forced his resignation effective this week. Former presidential candidate John Edwards and South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford also admitted to indiscretions after their fidelity was called into question.

In each case, either the man or his wife said they planned to work on saving their marriages. Now, data on divorce and infidelity suggest that something similar is happening between lesser-known couples more often than people suspect.

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