Extramarital relationships

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Extramarital relationships Severe problems in a marriage may lead one or both spouses to engage in  extramarital affairs Nonconsensual  extramarital sexual activity (not agreed upon in advance by both married partners)  constitutes a violation of commitment and trust between spouses. Whatever the reasons,  nonconsensual affairs can irreparably damage a marriage. Marriages in which one or both partners  “cheat” typically end in divorce. Some couples may choose to stay together for monetary reasons or  until the children move out. On the other hand,  consensual  extramarital sexual activity (“swinging”)  involves both partners consenting to relationships outside of the marriage. Some couples find this to  be an acceptable solution to their marital difficulties, while others find it to be detrimental to the long- term viability of their marriage.  Divorce When significant problems in a relationship arise, some couples decide on 
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This note was uploaded on 11/21/2011 for the course SOCI 101 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '09 term at Texas State.

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