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  • Wife ties up husband's mistress, smears chilli sauce in vagina and shaves head

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  • 14 politicians who admitted to cheating on their partners

    REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton Cheating scandals are a common occurrence in politics, but they still get people to stop and take notice. When an elected official is involved in an affair, it can be tough to look away — especially when all of the dirty details are on full display in the media. From community leaders to the highest office in the land, political cheating scandals don’t discriminate. Men, women, Democrats, and Republicans have all found themselves addressing issues of infidelity in...

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  • You're probably 'micro-cheating' on your partner — and it could turn into a big problem for your relationship

    The OC/IMDb Micro-cheating is a term used to describe a small act that indicates a person has physical or emotional interests outside of their relationship. The acts can range from social media interaction to dressing up when you think you’re going to see a crush. Acts of micro-cheating can be dangerous to relationships when they are done in secret and can lead to more serious acts of infidelity. Have you ever caught yourself daydreaming about that cute person who sat next to you in your...

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  • People looking to cheat are attracted to tattoos — this could be why

    LightField Studios / Shutterstock People who are looking for an affair find tattoos attractive, according to a survey from Ashley Madison. Most male and female respondents said they liked people who were inked. People tend to associate tattoos with fun personalities, according to sex therapist Tammy Nelson. Or for some people, tattoos might give the impression someone isn't relationship material. People are unfaithful to their partners for different reasons. Sometimes, they develop feelings...

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  • People with this personality trait are more likely to cheat — and it's harder to catch than you think

    Shutterstock Many different factors can contribute to infidelity, but psychologists have identified one personality trait that many cheaters seem to share. Research shows a correlation between narcissism and infidelity. By recognizing the signs of narcissism, individuals can work to prevent infidelity in their relationships. In a 2017 Gallup poll, only 9% of Americans said infidelity was morally acceptable. If you’ve never cheated, then you might have a hard time understanding what drives a...

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  • I asked 3 sex and relationship therapists to demystify infidelity, and their answers will make you think differently about cheating

    Rawpixel.com / Shutterstock Sex and relationship therapists say infidelity is more complex than most of us are inclined to believe. For example, couples can sometimes find renewed honesty and intimacy after the discovery of an affair. This post is part of Relationships 101, a series which aims to help us all be happier and healthier in love — and to stop fighting over who should take out the trash. Cheating = bad. Fidelity = good. This is the logic to which most of us subscribe. And yet if...

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  • The relationship expert at one of the most popular affair websites says there are 2 distinct types of cheating among modern couples

    Shutterstock Ashley Madison is a website for married people seeking affairs. Their resident relationship expert is sex therapist Tammy Nelson. Nelson said there are, generally speaking, two types of affairs: those in which people want to leave their primary relationship and those in which they don't. Other experts say people in the second category are sometimes more dissatisfied with themselves than they are with their primary relationship. There are tons of reasons why people cheat on their...

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  • How to know if you're falling in love with your colleague or you're just experiencing 'vicinity attraction'

    kittipong053 / Shutterstock We spend more time with our colleagues than almost anyone else. This can lead to "vicinity attraction" where you develop feelings for someone because you're around them all the time. But the only way to know if these feelings are real is to meet up outside of work. Everyone has fantasies, but that doesn't mean you have to act on them. We spend a lot of time with our colleagues. In fact, we probably spend more time with the people we work with than almost anyone...

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  • A sex therapist says many people feel so guilty about cheating that they passive-aggressively try to get caught

    Rawpixel.com/Shutterstock Ashley Madison is a website for married people seeking affairs. Sex therapist Tammy Nelson is its resident relationship expert. Nelson said some cheaters are so overwhelmed by the pressure to keep the affair secret that they passive-aggressively try to get caught. Nelson tries to help clients who are having affairs re-integrate seemingly separate parts of their lives — like their desire to be a good partner and their desire to be flirty. When Tammy Nelson sees...

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  • How to deal with making and breaking a workplace affair, according to Ashley Madison's resident sex therapist

    LumineImages / Shutterstock Cheating is a fact of life, and people are unfaithful to their partners for many different reasons. But if you find yourself attracted to someone at work, things can quickly get complicated. According to Tammy Nelson, a sex therapist, you need to ensure you are both emotionally mature enough to handle the situation. Otherwise, the fallout can be messy. If handled badly, both your relationship and your career could be at risk. When one client of sex therapist Tammy...

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  • 6 signs your partner is cheating — and it's with you

    Def Jam One of the most heartbreaking things that can happen in a relationship is finding out that you’ve been cheated on, but what if you’re the one your significant other is cheating with? It can be just as big of a betrayal, but it can also be harder to tell if it’s happening, especially if your relationship is still new. These signs cropping up in your relationship could mean that your partner is cheating with you. They are mysteriously missing from social media. Brendan McDermid/Reuters If...

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