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And as people become more and more tech savvy, cheaters are finding craftier ways of using these platforms for illicit acts of infidelity.

Facebook has become the official facilitator of a couple’s relationship status: 63 percent of social network users will de-friend or block exes, and half of the study’s participants admitted that they will de-tag photos shared with their exes.

Emily Yoffe, aka Dear Prudence, is on weekly to chat with readers about their romantic, family, financial, and workplace problems. It's understandable the straying party wants the catharsis and absolution of confessing.

My husband works more than one job and helps tend to the kids, and at times I am not only bored, and lonely, but I also feel like I don't have any personal time with him. I'll also add the caveat that protection was used so there's minimal chance of passing on an STD to one's spouse.

But we have children, children who, like any other, demand our time. I'm talking here about the situation in which one partner cheats one time, is consumed by guilt, and realizes this is something he or she never intends to do again.

I know they mean well, but I wish they would just drop the subject.

Can you help me figure out a nice way to say, "When I know, you'll know? A: My husband and I were just visiting a dear friend with a dreadful diagnosis.

You might think that it’s crazy to share your private social media and email accounts with the person you’re dating or married to – but a core value in a relationship is trust.