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Having parents who have extramarital affairs and infidelity can influence the child’s future sexual behavior, if the extended family environment is not secure.
Most couples hit the panic button when faced with an extramarital affair – whether their own or their partner’s, says Dr Neeru Kanwar. Then how do you heal together?
Dr. Neeru Kanwar says couples seek counseling when they both want to be heard, when they face a crisis in their lives.
Psychologist Deepak Kashyap says straight people have changed the idea of marriage over the past hundred years.
“The transition in our society has brought a lot of new kinds of demands on relationships,” says counselling psychologist Salony Priya in an interview