Infidelity

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Penguin, 1999 - Family & Relationships - 148 pages
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Adultery is everywhere, from the bedrooms of the rich and famous to the boardrooms of corporate offices. The reality is that wherever there are relationships, there will also be betrayals. And nobody is immune?Author Elissa Gough knows and understands firsthand how such relationships are born, what gives them life, and how they inevitably end. She also is familiar with the far reaching destruction an affair leaves in its wake. As a social problem, infidelity is shrouded by a wall of silence?In a straightforward and nonjudgmental way, this book concentrates on the human aspects of betrayal? -- back cover.

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About the author (1999)

Drawing from my own experiences as the unfaithful wife, betrayed wife and the "other woman," I have a keen understanding of how affairs are born, what gives them life and how they end. I am a published author, (Penguin Putman) educator, lecturer and former psychiatric nurse with a Masters of Science in Health Planning.

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