Post # 1
I read this today in the New York Times, Modern Love section and thought I’d share it. http://www.nytimes.com/2010/12/12/fashion/12Modern.html?ref=style I think it’s a really well written perspective of marriage and cheating, and in reference to some of the posts lately, pretty much sums up my feelings on the issue.
Post # 3
i love reading modern love. thanks for sharing!
Post # 5
I have a couple of people I sent the link to…on both sides of the infidelity fence.
Post # 6
I just really think it’s so truthful. I also wonder if she cheated first and he had unresolved issues around that which made him cheating on her easier? I dunno. Also, I love the image of the marriage like a leaf with holes in it after cheating, versus her parent’s marriage.
Post # 7
Wow. I think this line
And despite the sex and the excitement, or the drama and the fix of everyone’s empathetic attention, there is no view from this room that is worth having.
Sums up the whole article. That was intense.
Post # 8
What an interesting article! It reallly makes you think about the devistation an affair can cause, and to always think about the consequences of your actions beforee you act.
Post # 9
I really liked this article, usually they’re written from one perspective. I think the moral of the story is even though an affair may be fun for a few days/months/years the after math isn’t worth it.
Post # 10
That was a great article!
Post # 11
Interesting insight. Thanks for sharing!
Post # 12
I enjoyed reading this. Don’t know how I missed this post last week. The writing style was captivating above all. I get the sense that the author was married again and the second spouse was the cheater (?) Anwyay, it matters not! But this is a very thought provoking read in today’s world where affairs are so prevalant and they are not looked down as badly as they once used to. Same with divorces. Wedlock, etc.