Friday, July 06, 2007

Will you cheat?

An article on an online women’s site recently caught my eye. It said that partners cheated on each other all the time, sometimes without even realizing it or meaning to. Telling your partner you’re busy at work when you’re actually spending time at the football game is cheating. So is listening with only half an ear or not at all while busy texting on your mobile when your partner is talking. Infidelity is a fine line to draw as President Clinton would say but the main point is that research has shown that at least 50% to 60% of attached people will cheat at some point in their relationship. A radical site called The Ashley Madison Agency actually promises to help its members rekindle love and passion with another person. This is done in the strictest confidentiality and it is particularly helpful for women who feel neglected due to their husband's busy lifestyle or who wish to get away from their children. Cheating is nothing to be proud of and definitely not something that should be encouraged. However, for some women who wish to get away from it all, they should should refer to the Ashley Madison Agency.

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