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How cheating and distrust impacts relationships

How cheating and distrust impacts relationships

Joanna Rosales

March 6, 2017

There are a number of reasons why couples decide to cheat on each other including distrust, compulsiveness and peer pressure. Stanley Charnofsky, who teaches educational psychology and counseling, said unhappiness is the main cause. “They’re unhappy with something. I mean people think it’s sexual,...

Sexism in the media: Actress Kristen Stewart gained more scrutiny for affair with director Rupert Sanders

Jacqueline Kalisch

September 18, 2012

Another Hollywood cheating massacre occurred over this summer, leaving two couples with broken hearts and a million Twilight fans crying their wet n’ wild eyeliner out. On July 24, the dreary news arrived of Kristen Stewart, 22, who played the second Snow White this year (the first being ...

Relationships Happen: The complex realm of cheating

Kerstin Gupilan

November 4, 2009

I personally don’t believe in cheating.  On tests.  At board games, card games, sports.  On taxes.  On a significant other.  But truth be told, everyone’s cheated at least once in their life, including me.  We all slip up sometime. The saddest part of it all is that society has become somewhat...

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