They’re both married to other people, but are open about their relationship with each other, while not neglecting their spouses. Is this the...
She did not find acceptance from his family until it was too late
He trusted her, but was the trust strong enough to forgive her transgression?
Dr Paras Shah, sexologist, thinks adultery is on the rise because couples neglect their relationships
Neither had had the courage to speak up when they first knew each other. Meeting again after nineteen years, how do they react?
Is it possible to have an affair while caring deeply about your spouse?
An affair acted as a wake-up call for both Simmi and Prakash and helped revive their relationship
It was unconventional and beautiful in its naked form, yet sinful and adulterous when clothed in societal norms
Life could have been a withered mess but my spiritual journey gave me the courage to find acceptance and peace
Research suggests that a lot of couples stray in marriage not only because of sexual desires, but unfulfilled emotional needs too
The anguish that an affair brings, to both the cheat and the cheated, results in lifelong bitterness, and often, a separation. But some peop...
She had been quite bored with her daily routine around the time they connected on Facebook. But, did this relationship hold a future?
Poet and writer Joie Bose writes about a bride-to-be wondering if she could be prone to adultery
But I was faithful to my needs and desires, and to my son who needed a father figure, says Mona Ray
The inevitability of becoming another quotidian couple broke up her love affair, but by then, she had lost a lifelong companion and her daug...
An affair has, along with euphoria and a sense of liberation, also made this lady rediscover just how beautiful she is…
Arjun Verma recreates a personally significant evening using the third person narrative, and tells a tale of finding love and letting it go
Avantika Debnath is disillusioned with love, lovers and all things love-related
A young man gives into temptation despite his love for his wife
The underlying feeling is one of deep shame, writes a friend to Raksha Bharadia