Wolf Partnership

“For women who go foreign, libido seems to matter more: 80% of women find sex cheating much better than with a spouse, a recent study of the German lifestyle magazine shows player”. But of course are also wives, who are a lover, often looking for confirmation, variety and adventure. Sometimes, but also revenge is the motive that drives horned men or women in the adulterous embrace. A desperate act of defiance, the the Self-esteem in the long term usually more harm than good. And such reprisals are usually the death knell for the marriage. Thereby, a fling out does not necessarily mean for the family.

“Caught: anger, hatred and hangover, but life must go on if the person speaks with his partner about the fling, should necessarily also fears, disappointments, and the feeling of hurt – being addressed,” explains Dr. Doris Wolf. The psychologist and author deals for years intensively with partnership issues and the topic page jump”. It can occur after passing through the crisis even to a strengthening of partnership,”says Wolf. At first but on the pages of the betrayed feelings of grievance, anger, grief, fear, self doubt and on pages of the Deceiver, feelings of guilt, denial, rejecting the responsibility and the fear that the partner always brings the topic on the table there.” A study from the United States, by the way, shows that 80% of all Couples who were at least five years, are also the sense of chaos of a page jump. Tip: Consult with your partner, how they would handle a fling as a pair. If you try for example out of consideration for the children would, to forgive, and to continue the marriage. Or whether a such breach of trust would automatically spell the end.

Perhaps in the course of this conversation Yes also note, how is your partner on this issue and what they can do for their relationship, to eliminate the risk of the affair. Or at least minimize. If the partner is cheated, this does not necessarily mean the end for the marriage. It can come even to a strengthening of the partnership after passing through the crisis. First there but on the pages of the betrayed feelings of grievance, anger, grief, fear, self doubt and on pages of the Deceiver is guilt, denial, rejecting the responsibility, and the fear that the partner the theme again and again on the table brings”, so Dr. Doris Wolf, psychologist, author and expert on partnership issues and the topic page jump. More on this topic, visit