Category Archives: Why do affairs happen?

Regrets – The Fine Line Between Contributing to Marital Problems and Causing a Spouse’s Infidelity Dear Anne – I am noticing that I am entering a new stage of grief. I am struggling with finding the line between contributing to some of our marital problems, and causing his infidelity. My heart and brain say 2 […]

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Why Do People Have Affairs? By Peggy Vaughn 1. Who Has Affairs? We tend to think that only bad people have affairs or only people in bad relationships. But no one is immune from an affair. Monogamy is something most people say they believe in and want for themselves. Every survey ever done on this […]

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Dear Anne – I am noticing that I am entering a new stage of grief. I am struggling with finding the line between contributing to some of our marital problems, and causing his infidelity. My heart and brain say 2 different things. Can you explain this? Answer: The more I learn about extramarital affairs, the […]

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The question itself, the very thought, brings up feelings of infuriation, and triggers a sequence of more obsessive, painful and even harmful thoughts that hinder the very thing you long for most; healing and peace. We all want answers. You deserve answers. Understanding why, the past, is the key to learning from the past (which […]

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#1 – How can you heal if your spouse (or you) have to have ongoing contact with their affair partner? #2 – Can wives prevent husbands from having affairs? QUESTION: How can you heal if your spouse (or you) have to have ongoing contact with their affair partner? When rule #1 of healing from affairs […]

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Here are some quotes from an article titled “Happy enough’ couples fall prey to infidelity, too” By Sharon Jayson USA TODAY June 30, 2008 “Mira Kirshenbaum of Boston, author of a new book called When Good People Have Affairs, says perceived boredom in a marriage may well result in a spouse who strays. “They think […]

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