Urban Therapy with Sun #7 The underbelly of infidelity

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It's an age old topic that that nevr seems to go away. Many of us have had to deal with the situation known as cheating since we 1st started dating. Feelings are often hurt. Marriages have ended in divorce. Families have been broken up and sometimes simultaneously have been extended. Children have been born out of this. Uncoventional unions have been formed because of this.

While infidelity in a relationship seems to be a totally negative ideal, others have found ways to implement it into their lives to reduce its negative effects. Some have been introduced into the swinging culture to allow infidelity as a supplement to their unions.

Some have been able to move past a relationship in which they were cheated on and have been able carry on without taking their baggage to the next relationship. Some have really taken being cheated on personally and have needed counseling to help them be able to trust again. Why are some couples able to remain united in the face of a cheating situation where others are doomed when cheating is uncovered?

How much of a factor is control when cheating is involved?

Do cheating parents produce cheating children?

Does the truth matter anymore after cheating has been exposed?

Is cheating something than can be grown out of?

What is the effect cheating has on a family?

Can cheating be healthy in a relationship?

What about the health risks?

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