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www.oprah.com/omagazine/emotional-affairs-recognizing-and-coping-with-emotional-infidelity

Flirtatious e-mails. Cell phone heart-to-hearts. Perfectly harmless working lunches. Emotional cheating: it's a new kind of adultery. There's no sex, but psychiatrist ...

www.barendspsychology.com/emotional-infidelity

At Barends Psychology Practice, we treat couples troubled by sexual and emotional infidelity. For more information, please read Online marriage counseling.

madaboutmarriage.com/2012/03/02/how-to-deal-with-emotional-infidelity-in-a-marriage

Mar 2, 2012 ... How to Deal with Emotional Infidelity. One of the most hurtful things a spouse can discover is that his or her spouse is being emotionally ...

infidelityhealing.com/how-to-deal-with-husbands-emotional-affair

Your husband's emotional affair cuts deep. The violation of trust that you've experienced is deep and profound. Here's how you can deal with the pain.

www.huffingtonpost.com/terry-gaspard-msw-licsw/6-tips-to-rebuild-love-af_b_11327410.html

Aug 4, 2016 ... First and foremost, an emotional affair is characterized by an intimate ... Or they believe their significant other simply can't handle the truth and ...

www.nydailynews.com/life-style/health/cope-emotional-affair-article-1.1447023

Sep 5, 2013 ... You can almost hear your own defense before you're even sure you need one. " We were just grabbing a drink to unwind from that meeting, and ...

www.beliefnet.com/columnists/beyondblue/2011/02/14-ways-to-recover-from-an-emo.html

To help all of my readers who struggle with this issue, I have compiled these 14 tips to overcome an emotional affair: techniques to let go of the pieces in these ...

www.todayschristianwoman.com/articles/2012/march/emotionalaffairs.html

And in fact, it is not uncommon to hear a spouse say they can forgive the sex of a physical affair but the struggle is dealing with the emotional entanglement.

www.webmd.com/sex-relationships/features/emotional-cheating-guilty

Feb 18, 2014 ... Does emotional infidelity count as cheating? Psychologists say yes. And it can ruin your relationship. Learn more at WebMD.