Infidelity

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What does it mean when you dream about infidelity?

Dreams of infidelity often indicate that one needs to confront feelings of guilt about sexual relationships.

Infidelity

(dreams)
Dreaming about being unfaithful suggests that you take a better look at your current relationship. What was the person in your dream giving you (emotionally or otherwise) that your real life partner does not? Communicate effectively and begin to develop those areas of your relationship that most need improvement. Understanding this dream may assist you in understanding your relationship and the level of attachment to your partner. Many people write about “dreams of cheating.” Either they are cheating, or they believe that their partners are cheating on them. In either case, they are upset and outraged by such dreams. It seems logical that these types of dreams are connected to feelings of inadequacy or dissatisfaction.
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Alicia denied claims of her affair but a restaurant owner in Philadelphia confirmed that her steamy affair with LaScala has begun even before she was given tapes of Eddie's phone calls that revealed her husband's infidelities.
Perhaps Henry Cabot Lodge didn't need more reasons to hate Woodrow Wilson, but if you posit Lodge's knowledge of his wife's infidelity and combine it with her recent death, plus the rumors, true and false, about Wilson's infidelities, you begin to understand that there might have been something more than principle behind the loathing and contempt Lodge had for the president.
Oldham then cuts to Don talking about what he felt the moment he found out about Steve's infidelities.
Almost 90 per cent of female infidelities are with men they know, while 12 per cent would take up with a man they have just met.
The disclosure of the speaker-elect's marital infidelities, disclosed in Roll Call, a Capitol Hill newspaper, sent a new jolt of uncertainty among lawmakers as they prepared for the momentous debate over the president's admitted misbehavior in office and whether he should be impeached and tried by the Senate.
The opera begins with a prologue, which Morris sets in a big-city bar late at night with a crowd of tipsy gods and mortals trading tales of infidelities.