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Affairs and Divorce
Affairs are devastating to the trust that is the foundation of relationships. The person having the affair under appreciates its effects while the victim of the affair virtually goes into shock. Infidelity is usually the beginning of the end of any possibility for a quality relationship but it does not have to be that way. Sometimes an affair can lead to an enhanced marriage.
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NO EXCEPTIONS -- Most adultery laws make no exceptions for couples that are separated or in the process of obtaining a divorce.
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