Coping with Infidelity and a Cheating Spouse

Coping with a spouse’s infidelity is one of life’s most stressful events.

Discovering that a spouse has cheated, or even entertaining the suspicion that a partner might be cheating, can be a devastating experience. A spouse’s infidelity often brings forth feelings of rejection, betrayal, anger, sadness, and doubt.

To help people better understand the issues involved with extra-marital affairs, we provide the following information about cheating and infidelity:

We also provide some statistics about infidelity as well as some practical tips on how to catch a cheater—tips that include both the pros and cons of using technology to investigate a spouse (see gps track cheating spouse).

Our site also provides two quizzes related to infidelity. You can compare how well your spouse fits the profile of someone who is likely to cheat by taking our infidelity quiz. Or you can take our cheating spouse survey or our indecent thoughts poll to see how men and women differ when it comes to cheating.

Additionally, we identify some useful resources on the web for dealing with infidelity.

We have also created a video feed page as well as a blog highlighting the latest research and articles on relationships, infidelity and lying. We also provide a historical overview of infidelity in political life.

Our common question page also contains useful information concerning:

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