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Low Infidelity, Shock Statistics, and the Forgiveness Factor

Just as sex sells, infidelity sells. However, Dr. Bradford Wilcox says, "Despite the marital misbehavior of a few politicians and athletes, infidelity is becoming less popular, not more popular, in America." Read More

Against mental illness

I disagree.

Mentally ill cheaters should only be forgiven, if they medicate themselves for a lifetime.

If the victim forgives without medicinal demands,then they should also be considered mentally ill, to one degree or another.

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Rita Watson, MPH, is an Associate Fellow at Yale's Ezra Stiles College and a columnist for The Providence Journal.


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