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.
Sleeping Single in a Double Bed
More people than you think are sleeping on the couch. If snoring or disruptive sleep is the problem, sleeping apart could save your marriage.
Nip Infidelity in the Bud
Knowing the warning signs that your mate is thinking of straying and addressing them head-on can save your relationship from infidelity.
Depression and Divorce: Behind the Link
Depression can affect your spouse, your relationship, and ultimately the entire family.
Virtual Sex: Threat to Real Intimacy?
The online sexual revolution may be having an impact on real-world relationships.