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By Hella Rude Over the past few months I've received quite a few emails from men and women who are either considering cheating, are concerned that their partner is cheating on them or have found out about an infidelity. The emails are similar in nature; expressing a lot of fear and upset, asking questions as to why partners cheat, if it's acceptable to cheat and if it's worth persevering with a relationship when one partner has been unfaithful.
I hear so often of couples or people within other relationships complaining about their partner on Twitter or Facebook these days. The phrase may take the route of, 'he doesn't understand me any more' or 'she never listens' or something along those lines. I find it a real shame that these outbursts, so honest and fixing squarely on the root of the problem, or at least on the centre of the person's feelings about the problem, are directed to their social media, rather than to their partner.