Infidelity: What’s the Brain Got to Do with It?

A psychologist presents information on the physiological functioning of the brain and how different chemicals may contribute to the propensity for an affair.

Interesting, but don’t get carried away with this theory. What comes first, the chicken or the egg?

Check out Dr. Roher’s blog post at

Divorce Info: Can I Sue the OP?

Today’s guest blog is pretty interesting and not necessarily something we think about often. We will hear from Lee Borden, a man who is committed to helping people survive divorce, at He talks in his blog about the possibility of actually filing a lawsuit against the OP (other person) who ruined your marriage. If going after the OP is something you have ever considered, you might want to check out this blog.

Infidelity and the Stupid Things People Say and Do

Here is another guest blog post from a couple who experienced the pain and agony of an emotional affair first hand. Doug and Linda, husband and wife, survived Doug’s affair with a co-worker after 25 years of marriage. It has been a long road for Doug and Linda, and they continue to mend their relationship and work on their marriage daily. They have real-life, hard-hitting advice to give based on their own personal experience.

Today’s blog is somewhat humorous in nature (depending on how you look at it). See Doug’s infidelity from Linda’s perspective as she looks back on his statements and actions in the midst of his emotional affair.

Check out Linda’s post at