Browsing All posts tagged under »infidelity«

Reasons People Cheat

November 1, 2019


This was an interesting article from Psychology Today on the reasons people cheat on a romantic partner.   The reasons are not entirely consistent with what I see in therapy, but perhaps there are differences in the population we are sampling.  For example, people who have “fallen out of love with their partner” may not […]

Powder Keg

December 4, 2014


With Facebook, Linkedin, Instagram, and such, many married people have had the experience of being contacted by an old flame who “just wanted to see how you were doing.”  Or you may have been the one doing the contacting.  This usually results in FB messages, texts, and email exchanges.  Then your partner finds out about […]

Infidelity Redefined

January 24, 2014


This week I am in Washington for the final training module for CSAT (certified sexual addiction therapist) certification.  On the first day of this module, Rob Weiss presented on sexual addiction and technology, and how assessment and treatment is impacted by evolving technology and media.  This post is not about that, but about a comment […]

Infidelity’s Greatest Hits

June 12, 2012


Before there were MP3’s and compact discs (when “CD” meant certificate of deposit), we used to get our music on fragile vinyl discs (aka records).  Before the extremely successful, “Now, That’s What I Call Music” series, K-tel records used to release compilation albums of hit songs.  It was a great vehicle for getting a few […]