In this week’s “Call Your Boyfriend,” Ryan O’Connell tackles the age-old issue, as well as what to do with your relationship if you get a great job offer in another city.
In an era of digital personalities and cyber-encounters, there are myriad different ways to get into a cheating gray area. Like Facebook messaging exes. Or going into sexy chatrooms. Or sending R-rated texts.
It would be interesting to know more information about these frustrated moms — specifically, whether they work full-time, and whether they share household and child-rearing responsibilities with their spouses.
Maybe those Sonic Youth songs will never sound the same again. Maybe the band will never record another note. Here’s what I do know: these two people have plenty of power on their own, and they don’t get it from being with each other.
The focus becomes “What does she need to do to trust him again?” And so we neglect the other, equally important question: “What is he doing to make her trust him again?”
It’s best that you take a closer look at what these studies can really tell us about friendship, love and sex.
You should always take responsibility for your actions, for the role you play in the relationship, but you should never ever take the blame for being cheated on.
Come on, dude. You’re not 12.
The most obvious takeaway is “don’t cheat on your wife, even if you are one of the most important people in America,” but there are plenty of other fails that took place between Petraeus and his mistress Paula Broadwell.