Insights On Infidelity From Hillary Clinton's Book
By Ruth Houston, Thu Dec 8th
Of the various topics discussed in Hillary Clinton’s “LivingHistory”, the topic that has gained the most attention is theClinton-Lewinsky affair. Since infidelity now affects 80% of allmarriages, it’s easy to understand why. The Clinton-Lewinskyaffair continues to be a major point of interest becauseinfidelity has reached epidemic proportions. Women with cheatinghusbands identify with Mrs. Clinton and feel they can learn fromher experience.”
As author of an infidelity book and former infidelity victimmyself, I can attest to the fact that women struggling withissues of infidelity are eager for information that will shedlight on how to cope with an extramarital affair.
There are nuggets of information on surviving infidelityscattered throughout Hillary Clinton’s account of theClinton-Lewinsky affair. I found at least a dozen insights oninfidelity that would be of interest to women whose husbands arehaving an affair – insights such as:
• Infidelity doesn’t necessarily have to mean the end of themarriage. • A cheating husband must come clean and own up to hisinfidelity before the healing process can begin. • Together, thecouple must address the underlying issues that may havecontributed to the affair. • Both parties must be equallycommitted