Can getting busted on Ashley Madison be the beginning of true love and a happier, stronger marriage?
Peggy Vaughan, author of "The Monogamy Myth" and "Beyond Affairs," died at her home in California on November 8th after a four-year battle with cancer. Her death came on the day CIA Director David Petraeus submitted his resignation. For more than 30 years, Vaughan was the go-to person for reporters, producers and the general public searching for answers about why people cheat and how to live beyond the affair.
Alexis Wright comes from the friendliest town in Maine. The 29-year-old Zumba instructor has stirred things up in Small Town, USA as local police publicize the names of 150 men who allegedly paid her for sex and local couples struggle with the challenge of overcoming infidelity.
A morning tweet reveals a secretive website for couples in a relationship who are "looking for more" and a leading marriage education program may have more than a few things in common.
The world is googling for details of Erin Barry's affair with Tony Parker and what Eva Longoria will do next. While lurid details of infidelity and betrayal may grab headlines, Barbara Walters gets it right on ABC's The View when it comes to sustaining love and intimacy.
Texting and social media are creating greater opportunities for infidelity. Mike Green learned the hard way. Technology is also helping couples keep their relationships from becoming vulnerable to infidelity.
Is it possible to affair proof a marriage? Has the idea of lasting love within a monogamous, committed relationship gone the way of the vinyl record? A leading marriage education program says there's hope and offers a road map for love and intimacy.