This is the second article in the series Why Some Men Cheat. During the painful aftermath of a marital affair (especially for couples who have decided to try to heal their marriage after infidelity), it’s common to hear the betrayed
This article is the first in the Why Men Cheat series that explores the complex issues that drive some men to have affairs. This article’s title isn’t meant to imply that all men cheat—obviously they don’t (and it also isn’t
“Going to a psychologist is a sign of weakness. It means I’ve failed. I’d rather try to work out whatever is bothering me on my own.” ~Gerard, 42 years old The above sentiment isn’t as rare as you might think.
Ask Larry how he is doing and you’ll most likely hear, “Fine.” As evidence, he points to a stable job as a police officer, the recent move he and his wife made into their new home about a year ago,
One of the defining features of psychological/emotional wellness is self-awareness, the capacity to remain open and curious about ourselves. We each have a relationship to our inner life, a felt sense of what it’s like to exist across space and