The Ashley Madison Scandal: Is Cheating Normal?

From the Show: HER
Summary: Can your relationship survive after you or your partner has been unfaithful?
Air Date: 8/27/15
Duration: 10
Host: Michelle King Robson and Pam Peeke, MD
Guest Bio: Gail Gross, PhD
Gail GrossDr. Gail Gross is a nationally recognized family and child development expert, author, and educator. Her positive and integrative approach to difficult issues helps families navigate today's complex problems.

Dr. Gross is frequently called upon by national and regional media to offer her insight on topics involving family relationships, education, behavior, and development issues. A dependable authority, Dr. Gross has contributed to broadcast, print and online media including CNN, FOX's The O'Reilly Factor, MSNBC, the New York Times and USA Today, as well as ABC, CBS and KHOU, Great Day Houston Show. She is a veteran radio talk show host as well as the host of the nationally syndicated PBS program, Let's Talk.
The Ashley Madison Scandal: Is Cheating Normal?
Cheating has always been frowned upon and deemed unforgivable, but infidelity is happening all over the globe.

Earlier this month, hackers released the private information of individuals who signed up for Ashley Madison, an online dating website that specifically targeted married individuals or those in serious relationships. In fact, their tagline is, "Life is short. Have an affair."

You might start to question: is cheating normal, and are monogamous relationships unrealistic?

Gail Gross, PhD, discusses the Ashley Madison scandal, how cheating can damage your relationship, and if you can repair your relationship after an affair.
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