I came across an interesting statistic recently; 25% of relationships that start as affairs succeed.Actually, I was surprised, if I had to guess, I would have thought the figure to be much lower.Feeling torn between two lovers can be an agonizing experience.Besides the guilt, and fear of discovery, you also know that sooner or later you will have to lose someone you love or have loved.
Most of my friends tell me to leave her, and my family tells me to stick it out. Note: I first wrote this answer as a way to talk about methods to approach tough dilemmas, and since that time it has grown into the forum you see now.
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Thinking about this, you may wonder what the chances are that a relationship that starts as an affair will succeed.
Pitfalls of Affair Relationships Relationships that start as affairs have many strikes against them. They can arise out of an urgent emotional need, a need so urgent that a thoughtful process of getting to know someone and assessing what kind of partnership the two of you would have is not part of the bonding process.