Science Suggests Couples Underestimate How Likely They Are to Cheat on Each Other

This article from Science of Relationships discussing this study by Sarah J. Watkins and Susan D. Boon may be of interest. Not In My Backyard: Daters Presume A Lot Of People, Except Their Own Partners, Cheat Cheating on someone, or being cheated on, represents one of the more traumatic events that can occur in any […]

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Inappropriate Marital Conduct at Issue in Crossville, TN Divorce: Norris v. Norris

Facts: Husband and Wife, both 50 years old, divorced after 20 years of marriage. All issues were settled at mediation except grounds for divorce, alimony, and attorney’s fees. The case went to trial on these issues. Each party requested a divorce from the other on the grounds of irreconcilable differences or, alternatively, inappropriate marital conduct. […]

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When Cheating Is the Issue, Remorse Helps

This article by Sona Patel in The New York Times might be of interest to readers of this blog. When Cheating Is the Issue, Remorse Helps For a couple faced with overcoming the effects of an extramarital affair, regaining trust is crucial. “If they really do love each other and they really believe in the […]

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