Infidelity can shatter even the strongest relationship, leaving behind feelings of betrayal, guilt, and anger. Overcoming those feelings can be extremely difficult. But with the support of family, friends, a good therapist, and each other, it is possible to put the cloud of an affair behind you, and in some cases, emerge as a stronger unit. For others, an affair is too heavy a weight for a relationship to bear, and parting ways may be the only answer. But before heading for the door, there are steps that can be taken that might help you and your partner heal. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage on infidelity, why someone might have an affair, how an affair can be overcome, and how to know when it's time to call it quits.
Emotional Affair: Is It Cheating?
Does emotional infidelity count as cheating? Psychologists say yes. And it can ruin your relationship.
Experts tell WebMD how to overcome infidelity in a relationship and how to know when it's time to call it quits.
Surviving Infidelity Is Hard to Do
Your wife has cheated on you. Now what do you do? A men’s guide to female infidelity—how men respond, what infidelity means, and how to deal with it.
Our Cheatin’ Hearts
Do men commit adultery more than women? And is infidelity just about sex? Here’s a look at why men cheat and how to deal with it.