For 30 years, I was an emotional hostage, unwilling to free myself from relationships which caused me great pain. On the other hand, though, I've been the betrayed spouse, the cheating spouse and the most misunderstood part of the triangle -- the Other Woman.
"Oh what a tangled web you weave when you practice to deceive." Whether you've chosen to browse this site for yourself or someone else you've taken an essential step to become more aware! InfidelityTalk.com™ is about realities, not fantasies, that are often played out as affairs escalate. The information provided will not tell you what to do or what choices you should make. Additionally, no moralizing or finger pointing anywhere on this site. This website is based upon the experiences of my life and the lives of many others who have been touched (and sometimes crushed) by infidelity. It's your choice to accept your challenges, keep chasing the fantasies that can bring you great passion and little peace or seek answers about the realities of your situation regarding an affair.
The statistics for people affected by infidelity in the United States alone continues to soar. Studies indicate that 54% of married women admitted to having at least one affair while in their current marriage. They're not far behind married men that are willing to own their 57%. If you include extended family members, children caught up in their families love triangles, friends, co-workers, neighbors and past divorces statistics rise. Regardless of traditional therapy and counseling infidelity is climbing.
Most all of you realize that affairs create devastating consequences including depression, divorce, financial loss and often scarred children for life. Regardless, infidelity continues to escalate, keeping courts and attorney's very busy.
Why? It's very simple. In our society infidelity is becoming the norm. It's not viewed or treated with the same urgency or fear as alcoholism , drug addiction, domestic violence, yet just as painful and damaging. This occurs because of our American way of life. It's wanting it all and finding a way to get more. You can often enjoy it for a time until the roses collect thorns and the impact of your choices begin to hurt yourself and others.
InfidelityTalk.com provides a safe, anonymous, non-judgmental platform of information, products and services. These resources give voice to the complex issues that shadow affairs. InfidelityTalk.com™ provides a lifeline of support eliminating isolation and helplessness for those trying to manage their passion and pain created by infidelity and long term committed relationships.