Having an Affair is Easy

Having an affair is easy. You just relax your morals, get too close to someone who’s not your spouse, dote on him/her, have fun, take it easy, laugh a lot, do the little things that make for a good relationship, and allow your emotions to be flooded with desire.

There’s just one little problem: having an affair can destroy your marriage, impugn your reputation, disease your body, derail your career, implode your finances, decay your relationships with friends and family, and suffocate your relationship with God.

Having an affair is easy. But, is it worth it?

I think not.


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  • Claudia

    Reply Reply April 11, 2012

    Just living this situation my husband had a 5 month affair that through us at the curb

    • Kevin B. Bullard

      Reply Reply April 11, 2012

      Claudia: I’m sorry to hear that. I’m not sure people realize just how devastating affairs are to the relationship and spouse. I’m hopeful you two are working through it (some good info that may help: http://kbb.bz/HAyzHg).

  • Rosemary

    Reply Reply April 11, 2012

    What’s especially sad is that all those “easy” steps could be carried out with the spouse, the person who is right there in front of you. That would truly be the easy way.
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    • Kevin B. Bullard

      Reply Reply April 11, 2012

      Rosemary, indeed. It takes the same amount of physical energy to dote on one’s spouse.

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