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Why Infidelity May Not Be Bad
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15 Jul 2018 03:14 PM EST

According to Business Insider, "Sex and relationship therapists say infidelity is more complex than most of us are inclined to believe. For example, couples can sometimes find renewed honesty and intimacy after the discovery of an affair." Couples therapist Esther Perel explains, "It's a reevaluation of what happened: How did we become so estranged from each other? How did we lose our connection? How did we become so numb to each other? And the galvanizing of the fear of losing everything that we have built sometimes brings us back face-to-face, with a level of intensity that we haven't experienced in a long time."

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