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I can see the way forward.” Her optimism has been hard won: this was a long, arduous struggle that took her to the brink of suicide.
Your love, your life, are blown to bits, and the dizzying complexity of how to heal the damage has led Andrew G Marshall – marital therapist and author of Infidelity: From Discovery to Recovery in Seven Steps – to launch Britain’s first face-to-face infidelity support group. “They think that you either throw him out and good riddance, or he begs forgiveness, and after three weeks and a little heartache, you move on.” The reality couldn’t be more different, or dreadful.
Three percent of respondents in the Swedish Association for Sexuality Education's (RFSU) annual survey said they had engaged in a sexual activity with another person that their partner didn't know about and would't have much appreciated, Aftonbladet reported.
Sarah, 55, is still reeling from the comment of a so-called well-wisher: “How the mighty are fallen.” Andrew says: “Friends often try to persuade you to do what they did, to reassure themselves that they made the right choice.
Sitting in on the group, who meet weekly in a small conference room of a London hotel, I’m struck by the agonising weight of these people’s pain, and their dignified strength in facing it.
It’s clear that an affair ploughs through a relationship like a tsunami, leaving untold wreckage in its wake. But then I lost two stone in two months and I totally shut down into myself.
Estimates today find married men cheating at rates between 25 percent and 72 percent.
Given that many people are loath to admit that they cheat, research on cheating may underestimate its prevalence.