Is Cheating More Common Than Monogamy?

(Now if that isn't an "I had to wonder..." headline!)

I just received a press release from Divorce360.com about cheating:

"A new study suggests between 40 to 70 percent of partners cheat on their spouses, making infidelity the new norm in a relationship. 'It's very high,' according to University of Montreal researcher Genevieve Beaulieu-Pelletier. [But] the results don't surprise Divorce360.com expert Tina B. Tessina, Ph.D., a psychotherapist: 'Contrary to what we'd like to believe, I think there's always been more infidelity than faithfulness,' Tessina said. 'America has a huge prostitution industry, for one thing, that few people ever talk about. Who's keeping it going? Add to that the one-night stands when people are on business trips, affairs at the office, and all the other sexual encounters married people can have. It is not a new phenomenon. It has been going on for all of history.'"
Does Tessina speak the truth?  Here's your chance to come clean:

Have you ever cheated?



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