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... March 26, 2008 Column #1 ,387 Advance for March 29, 2008 Adultery: A Destroyer of Marriage? By Mike McManus Adultery has been hitting Page ...
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... Marriage By Mike McManus ORLANDO -The Secret Service sex scandal is the tip of America's adultery iceberg. Studies report that infidelity is on the rise, particularly among older ...
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... Advance for May 25, 2007 "Staying Together" After Infidelity by Mike McManus Adultery is grounds for divorce. But it is not a reason to divorce. ...
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... . "In New York and New England for most of the 20th Century, adultery was the only grounds for divorce. People who wanted divorce did negotiate the ...
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... he doesn't resign. There are more fundamental questions. First, how frequent is adultery? Not very. In 1994, the National Opinion Research Center at the ...
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... ' At first, their stories seemed wildly dissimilar. One woman had been in adultery for eight years. One man was an alcoholic who was out of work ...
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