I'm amazed at the number of letters I receive having to do with problems
associated with online love affairs. Although online relationships of all kinds
seem to be fraught with problems, in this article, I'm only referring to those
situations which involve marriages and other committed relationships, not online
relationships between two single people.
Each week I receive countless letters from husbands who have met someone else
online, wives who are looking for fulfillment outside their marriages, the other
person involved who wants to be assured their being involved with a married
person is okay, spouses who suspect their husband or wife is cheating... the
list goes on and on.
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Your Partner Cheating Behind You Online?
your partner having an affair with someone online? Do you
find that your wife is more and more indulged in the
online world? You just donít know whatís going on,
though your partner gives you a lot of excuses. But you can
find the truth if online affair is the case. You can find a
record of all the messages, emails your partner has sent,
and you can review the record of every keystroke she
has input. That is PC
Pandora, which enables you to find out if she is having an online
Those involved in these Internet love affairs often try to justify what
they're doing by saying to themselves (and others), that what they are doing
isn't necessarily wrong because they're not having any physical contact with the
other person. They also use the excuse that these online affairs harmlessly
fulfill a need which is not being met by their off-line relationships
Let me assure you, there's nothing innocent or harmless about these types of
online affairs. It matters not if those involved do or do not have a physical
relationship, this is still cheating. I use the example of marriage in this
article, but this applies to all committed relationships.
Marriage is about trust, love, commitment, sacrifice, and respect. These
online affairs are a betrayal of all of these things, and are no different than
having an affair with someone at the office. Let's face it - online or off,
cheating is cheating.
If you're married and involved in an online affair, you must end it now. If
you think what you're doing is harmless, think again. If you want a second
opinion, just confess this affair to your spouse. I'm fairly certain they'll
agree with me.
If you find yourself having trouble ending things, I suggest you give your
Internet account password to your spouse and/or begin sharing a single email
address. This most certainly will keep you honest.
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you can quickly and easily discover if your lover is CHEATING
on YOU... Here is your opportunity to quickly learn the truth about
what's been going on behind your back...GUARANTEED!
Marriage, as with all relationships, takes time, commitment and work. More
often than not, we get out of these relationships what we put into them. We all
must put our time and energy into making our marriages work, rather than looking
outside of these for fulfillment. It comes down to one thing. We either have
dignity and honor or we don't - it's up to each of us to choose how we will live
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