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In an Affair?...Now What?
Byroney_WebMD_Staff posted:
"It started innocently enough. You connected on FaceBook with an old boyfriend or girlfriend (isn't technology wonderful?) — or started meeting regularly for lunch or drinks with a colleague from the office. You felt the chemistry, but you weren't going to act on it. And since "nothing" was going on, you didn't need to tell your spouse. But now you can't deny it any longer. Whether your relationship has become physical or remains technically just a friendship, you know that you are in deep."

Psychologist and WebMD Health Expert Dr. Becker-Phelps discusses matters of the heart--and head--in her newest blog posting, In an Affair?...Now What?

"Have you ever had an affair? If so, what happened and how did you work it out?


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