Should I Spy? - Is Spying on a Cheating Spouse an Invasion of Privacy?

Written by Dr. Robert Huizenga, The Infidelity Coach

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You saw clearlyrepparttar signs of a cheating spouse. The affair invadedrepparttar 122020 domain of your marriage and crumbled its protective boundaries. The marital infidelity brokerepparttar 122021 contract ofrepparttar 122022 marriage; it wasrepparttar 122023 act of betrayal. Spying does not damagerepparttar 122024 marriage. It is an attempt to seekrepparttar 122025 truth and resolverepparttar 122026 pain and deception.

Spying is often used to grasprepparttar 122027 reality ofrepparttar 122028 situation. Itís intent is to findrepparttar 122029 truth. Onlyrepparttar 122030 truth can provide a foundation from which to begin resolvingrepparttar 122031 hurt, pain and forging a direction forrepparttar 122032 marriage and enable each person inrepparttar 122033 marriage to attain health and sanity.

Dr. Huizenga, the "Infidelity Coach," hosts the free Website:, which helps couples deal with emotional infidelity and Extramarital affairs. If you think your spouse is cheating, visit today.

What is Normal Sexuality in Marriage?

Written by Maggie Vlazny, MSW

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There are many possible reasons for a discrepancy in desire between partners. The first is biological. As I mentioned inrepparttar statistics above, more than twice as many women than men have problems with sexual desire. This is because afterrepparttar 122019 infatuation phase ofrepparttar 122020 relationship, when hormones are running rampant, things settle down to natural biological rhythms. And biologically speaking, whoever hasrepparttar 122021 most testosterone hasrepparttar 122022 most desire.

HmmmÖ. I wonder which gender that is!

Other reasons relevant to both genders are performance anxiety, emotional pain inrepparttar 122023 relationship, coerced intimacy, sex used as a bartering tool, lack of time, lack of energy, and fear of intimacy to name a few. These can be helped with an understanding therapist.

What you should do: first get complete medical exams to rule out any type of disease or medication causingrepparttar 122024 problem.

What you can do: see a relationship expert or sex therapist who can help you experiencerepparttar 122025 pleasure and joy of intimate connection. You deserve no less.

Maggie Vlazny, MSW, LCSW copyright 2005

Maggie is an Imago Relationship Therapist and RCI Singles Coach. Services offered by phone, online, or in person at her Fairfield County, CT office. For more information please seee or contact

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