Most extramarital affairs happen at work, there are reports saying that around 50% of affairs happen at work. It is not uncommon for a married person to get romantically involved with someone at work. Most people spend a large amount of their time at work with their co-workers and the workplace is a perfect place where romance between colleagues could start. It can be really scary to know that office extramarital affairs is very common.
Category: Save Your Marriage
Is emotional affair cheating? Any emotional intimacy with someone not your spouse or partner that affects the level of intimacy in your marriage is a form of cheating. If you will not take the step to end an emotional affair, it can harm your marriage and it can bring pains to you, your spouse and your children.
There is no valid reason for cheating a spouse but let’s face it, an affair is not something that just comes out of the blue, there are reasons why men have affairs. Let us look at the reasons why men have extramarital affairs.
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Couples may find themselves caught in a failing marriage if they continue to ignore the problems in their marriage. Not all problematic marriage should end up in divorce because there are ways to save a failing marriage.
If only these couples realize that the “After the Honeymoon” stage is part of the normal course of any relationship, perhaps they could have saved a lot of heartache. If only we all understand that relationships, like anything in life, have their own progression and phases then we can better equip ourselves to go through and even enjoy these stages as part of our maturing as individuals and as persons-in-relationship.
Marriage, like life, is a cycle of ups and downs. It’s easy to say your marriage is in good health when the world around you is prospering, but when your fortunes turn and your world is
in hardship, how you interact within your marriage can often paint an altogether different picture.
One of the most common questions spouses ask when confronting a marriage crisis is this: How can I save my marriage if my partner doesn’t want to help find a solution? How do I succeed I am trying to save my marriage on my own?
We’ve heard the term ‘two old marrieds’ before. Most of us ‘younger marrieds’ harbor dreams of getting to that point. Some of us find it unappealing and unexciting. After all, what would you always prefer? A marriage as comfy as an old sock or the one hyped up in romantic novels and comedies?
Are you married to an addict or someone with deep personal issues?
Is your marriage or family life going through a difficult time because of problems, financial concerns, abuse, or caring for a physically or emotionally handicapped family member? If so, do you find yourself making excuses for these issues? Calling in sick for your alcoholic husband? Taking over the housework because your poor spouse is just too depressed to help? Denying that abuse is going on in your own home? Do you find yourself taking charge and bearing the burdens of the entire marriage or family?