Thanks for stopping by! I’m excited to share my book, THE (IN)FIDELITY FACTOR: Points to Ponder Before You Cheat. Why? Because I think it’s prime time to address the widespread issue of infidelity gone wild, and the lack of personal accountability thereof. Infidelity can be prevented, if you do your homework. My book presents legitimate reasons and stats for staying and not straying while in a committed relationship. It also offers up smart choices to make before you even decide to commit. Truth is, I’ve experienced both sides of the fence and openly share my stories as genuine reference points. Yes, been there, done that: not pretty. I hope by just skimming through the pages you’ll find items of interest that provoke thought, inspiration, or action. Ideally – your call to action. (Free book preview below!)
If you’ve already read THE (IN)FIDELITY FACTOR, you have a better understanding of why I wrote it. If not, here’s a brief rundown; as implied, I’m a proponent of fidelity and accountability within a committed relationship (I don’t think I’m alone on this one). Such as: couples create their own unique partnership and honor the established parameters while committed. Committed is the operative word here. If a relationship bases itself on other criteria that does not entail commitment, so be it. Enjoy. But, if you have agreed to share strictly with each other, then do so. If there’s a change of heart or circumstance that dictates otherwise, a little common sense goes a long way. First of all – deal with it. Bring it to the table. Follow that with consideration, and then respectfully work your way out of the union. In between time, keep your chonies on. Please keep your body parts off other people’s property until you’ve civilly ended the primary relationship.
Another reason I wrote the book is: I found the amount of adultery on the loose to be highly annoying. Sure, it makes for good copy, but enough already! Where’s the personal accountability – on all fronts? There’s plenty of finger-pointing, anger, hurt, etc., but who’s addressing the crux of the matter? Is “I’m sorry” good enough? Does an apology truly absolve or resolve any darn thing? Help repair a shattered heart or replenish a depleted bank account? Mend a child’s psyche? What do you think? Bottom line: Cheating is Defeating!
So, there you have it in a very small nutshell. Of course I’d like you to read my book and explore for yourself, because quite frankly, I can use you! I encourage like-minded people to step forward. I want to bring awareness to this issue via word-of-mouth, examples, education, etc. I’d like to eventually switch up legislation to reflect a more proactive approach to supporting familial bonds. I understand this is a huge Pandora’s box filled with drama, trauma, and backstories that aren’t easily unraveled, but we can take steps to start. Yes, we. Start the dialogue, lift your voice, lend an ear; any one simple act can be of service to this matter. Let’s do this!
Are you in?
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