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    Infidelity

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    In today’s society, infidelity is one of the leading causes of marital disruption and divorce. In accordance with societal norms many myths have been associated with infidelity. The following myths and their effects on marriage will be discussed: Everyone has affairs, the affair is the direct result of the faithful mate and, the marriage must end in divorce. In examining the various myths, this paper will challenge the greater issue, can marriage survive infidelity? There was a time when more smart-conscious

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    Definition Of Infidelity

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    We live in a different day and age. The world of today is much different than in the past. One thing that has changed in a major way is infidelity. In the past, you only had to worry about a couple of ways to get caught. This included getting a phone call to your phone, pager, or cell phone from your mistress or other man while around your significant other. Another way was getting a voicemail or text message left on your phone. The main thing was actually being seen cheating. Today, you have to

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    Infidelity in Othello

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    Infidelity in Othello Two important scenes in Othello are the "Temptation scene" (3.3) and the "Willow scene" (4.3). Although the topic of discussion in both scenes is infidelity, the two scenes contrast more than they compare. First, the setting is different in the two scenes. Most of the Temptation scene takes place outdoors, in a garden. The atmosphere is open but the conversation stifling. In this scene, Iago tricks Othello into believing Desdemona is cheating on him with Michael

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    that thought about cheating were high along with those that actually did cheat. This article discusses how infidelity is popular in both men and women no matter the consequences to themselves or their relationships. This article points out how many people have thoughts of cheating run through their minds. It gives a clear view of how men and women are both equally guilty of infidelity. The University of Montreal students did a great job in explaining how people try to separate themselves

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    something, this feeling and action never seem to result in a positive outcome. Currently, marital infidelity is at an all time high, caused from various sources including some of the following: a larger availability and accessibility to divorce, a higher value placed on other aspects of life, and publically available pornography for younger individuals. Nevertheless, a global, upward trend of infidelity is evident with some very obvious reasoning behind it. A very logical and personal favorite reason

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    Infidelity and the Science of Cheating by Sharon Begley Through research psychologists and other researchers have claimed that sexual infidelity effects both men and women differently. In addition, their beliefs on sexual infidelity differ. There have been many theories about the occurrence of infidelity, and most researchers have different opinions about these theories. Researchers from the article Infidelity and the Science of Cheating, written by Sharon Begley, have asked the following

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    The Prevalence of Infidelity in Marriage

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    Many people promise to love their spouse ‘til death do them apart, but research has proven this vow to be broken after seven years. Statistics show infidelity is one of the leading causes of marital disruption and divorce; one in every three marriages end in divorce. Affairs have become common today more than ever and slowly rising are online affairs which are equally harmful. “Extramarital affairs range from brief sexual encounters to full-blown romantic affairs.” (Knox and Schacht, 315) Adultery

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    In this paper I am writing about marriage and infidelity in modern life and the books we have read in class. Marriage is a mutual bond in which a man and a woman decide to be with each other until they die. Infidelity is basically when the man or woman in a relationship cheat on the other person, without them knowing. The Odyssey by Homer is a very good example of fidelity and infidelity. The odyssey is a tail of love, courage, and hope. It focuses on "a man of twists and turns." Odysseus is a

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    academic dishonesty and attitudes towards infidelity (pg. 836). This finding suggests that if students approve of cheating on a test they are more likely to approve of cheating on a partner. However, Estep and Olson point out that it is easier for a person to cheat on a test than on a significant other because there is no guilt of hurting another person (pg. 837). Hackathorn, A. Mattingly, Clark, and B. Mattingly (2011) used the Perceptions of Dating Infidelity Scale (PDIS) to measure attitudes towards

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    Infidelity, unfaithfulness, and modesty outline the surface of the play Betrayal written by Harold Pinter. From afar the relationships between the trio of characters seems normal but; when taking a deeper look, the correlations are noticeably dysfunctional. The three main characters, Emma, Jerry and Robert interact kindly, never seem to interrupt one another, ask innocent questions and do not, generally, inspect over much the answers. They help each other over the occasional awkward moments and

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