Can Infidelity Make A Relationship Better?
Psychiatrist Dr. Scott Haltzman shares some difficult truths and typical misconceptions about infidelity in the book that is new the of Surviving Infidelity.
MICHEL MARTIN, HOST:
We will switch gears now and, when I stated, this is certainly another emotional and painful and sensitive subject, but an individual one. And that they all have in common if I were to say the names Bill Clinton, LeAnn Rimes, Kobe Bryant, what would you say? Well, which they are typical really bright, achieved individuals and they have all took part in infidelity. It still is apparently the scenario that the general public appears surprised whenever indiscretions that are such general public.
Nonetheless it ends up that 4 in 10 marriages are challenged by affairs; plus it ends up that over fifty percent of United states marriages survive the event. They are a few of the findings that are surprising perhaps surprising to some – which are talked about in Dr. Scott Haltzman’s brand new guide. their guide is entitled “The Secrets of Surviving Infidelity” in which he’s with us now. Dr. Haltzman, many thanks plenty for addressing us.
DR. SCOTT HALTZMAN: It is a pleasure to be around, Michel.
MARTIN: and I also desire to point out that later on into the system, we will talk to many people who have experienced this, and they’re going to discuss their very own experiences that are personal. They were just some of the a huge selection of reactions we received as soon as we asked for listeners to share with us their tales.