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There is no such thing as a “perfect marriage.” I can only imagine that if one partner steps out of the marriage and turns to another person in the form of an affair, it becomes even more challenging. Affairs can happen for a wide variety of reasons from either party, and there’s no doubt they can really hurt a marriage.

We’ve all heard the common term “seven-year itch,” which indicates the most common year of marriage to encounter affairs, but a new survey says that “itch” may actually come a lot sooner

A survey conducted by Ashley Madison, the world’s leading extra-marital dating site, revealed that affairs or “the itch” is more likely to happen three to five years into a marriage. Using research data collected from the site’s 25 million members located in 35 countries, it showed this “itch” coincides with the time a married couple usually has their first child.  Read More

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