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Virtual Affairs: Do They Even Count as Real? (Part 2)

  In our previous article about virtual affairs, we talked about what exactly constitutes a “virtual affair,” and discussed whether or not they are actually harmful for a marriage. Although many mental health professionals and marriage counselors say that they are, not everyone agrees with that standpoint.   John Portmann, author of the hotly contested […]

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Virtual Affairs: Are They Even Real? (Part 1)

  The word “virtual” tends to imply “almost, but not quite.” As in virtual reality, which isn’t reality, it just looks like it. So that begs the question, is a virtual affair the same thing as a real affair? And should it be handled in the same way as an actual affair?   Many people […]

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Marriage And Mental Health: Until Depression Do Us Part

  There is no clinical data that directly links depression to divorce. There are, however, countless mental health professionals who will tell you that depression, left untreated, can have a disastrous effect on a marriage, which often leads to divorce.   The consequences of untreated depression can be far reaching. While depression itself isn’t usually […]

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