As a psychiatrist in the Brown University faculty, Scott Haltzman, MD has been researching men, women, marriage and relationships for more than a decade. In that time, he’s learned a lot about infidelity.
One thing he has realized is that when people find out about infidelity, they often make all kinds of assumptions about how and why people have affairs. Many of those assumptions are just not accurate and most of what you think is true just isn’t. Here are Dr. Hatlzman’s list of the 9 most common misconceptions about infidelity, and the real take on what you need to know.
Can you think of any additional myths or misconceptions about Infidelity? If so, please share them in the comment section below. Thanks!