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Around the globe, the responses I get when I mention infidelity range from bitter condemnation to resigned acceptance to cautious compassion to outright enthusiasm.
The second time was on my birthday—after five years of being in a 'relationship' with this man, he still couldn't remember the exact day of my birthday. When midnight had passed and I didn't receive an email, phone call, or message, I went to a club with some friends, and that's when I went home with a guy. Few events in the life of a couple, except illness and death, carry such devastating force. It could ruin everything I’ve built.”Priya is right.It is a shock that makes us question our past, our future, and even our very identity. If Priya’s husband, Colin, were to stumble upon a text, a photo, or an email that revealed his wife’s dalliance, he would be devastated.Indeed, the maelstrom of emotions unleashed in the wake of an affair can be so overwhelming that many psychologists turn to the field of trauma to explain the symptoms: obsessive rumination, hypervigilance, numbness and dissociation, inexplicable rages, uncontrollable panic. And thanks to modern technology, his pain would likely be magnified by an archive of electronic evidence of her duplicity.
I would say it was the straw that broke the camel's back, but if I was honest with myself, it was broken long before that." —Mari, 35"I didn't know I could talk to my partner""I cheated because I didn't know I could talk to my partner about what else I needed in the relationship—kinkier sex, or more attention, or just more understanding about when I needed more space." —Kim, 35"We stopped being physically intimate""I lived with my boyfriend, and because he was moving across the country to go to law school and I wasn't going to go with him or do long distance, he thought we should slowly stop being physically intimate with each other.