In the wake of an affair, it’s only natural to search for reasons. To help cope with the pain and difficulty that accompanies infidelity, people will look to any target in their line of sight to blame for the affair – and one of the most common reactions is to blame the spouse who didn’t cheat!

Online interaction may have revolutionized the way many people around the world communicate with one another, but it turns out that there is at least one serious downside – Facebook is hurting romantic relationships. The University of Missouri recently performed a study that showed high levels of Facebook use among romantically involved couples could lead

A new study conducted at Albright College has illuminated a new indicator that can show if a spouse (or any significant other) is cheating. The study looked the differences in speech characteristics – pitch, tone, etc. – when people talked to their significant others, and when they talked to a non-romantic friend of the same

In one of our monthly calls, we tackled the tough subject of getting over the pain – putting those hurtful memories of affairs and altercations behind you. Holding onto to painful grudges can lead to long-term trouble in a relationship. Even if the problem has been addressed, apologies made, many people have a hard time

News outlets are ablaze with the story of David Letterman’s recent tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey. The interview (scheduled to air January 7th) centers on the Late-Night host’s recent scandal – the public admission of several affairs with various female staff members, including assistant Stephanie Birkitt. The affairs resulted in a blackmail plot by a

Are you interested in appearing on the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN) to tell the story of your relationship and serve as a source of encouragement to others? If so, please review the information on this page and complete the form below. As you may have heard, the OWN Network contacted Dr. Dana to help find

Here's the next video in our blog series “Dr. Dana Answers Your Questions.” Today’s question is from Gretel: “I separated from my husband after I cheated on him. I really want to work my marriage out ..... i want to tell my husband and I don’t know how.” Please comment below the video to ask

In a 2009 Study by marriage counselor, M. Gary Neuman, it’s estimated that 1 in 2.7 men will cheat.  These statistics are shocking.  Yet sadly most people - men and women alike - still don’t know the real reasons why men cheat.  Here’s a hint.  It’s probably not what you think. In fact, in Neuman’s

We never like to see a marriage fall apart, especially over infidelity. With all of the accusations flying around, there is no saying what really happened between Demi, Ashton, and any of the alleged third parties they may have been involved with. We do know, however, that things have gone sour, and we wish we

According to an annual survey of 101 lawyers in the United Kingdom, the leading reason couples site for divorce is no longer an extramarital affair. This is a major shift as since the annual survey began in 2003, an affair has been consistently the most cited reason couples divorce. This year, according to those that