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Such is the reason, my dear marquise, why I felt myself impressed in favor of that poor man, who once loved, and even adored me; and why, when I see him so unfortunate, I forgive his infidelity which I have reason to believe he also regrets; and why, moreover, I should not have been disinclined to afford him some consolation, or some good advice; he would have understood the step I had taken, and would have thought kindly of me for it.
You know we have sometimes laughed at him for putting in at every word: 'Dolly's a marvelous woman.' You have always been a divinity for him, and you are that still, and this has not been an infidelity of the heart..."
Happily for Julia, the image of Antonio presented itself to save her from infidelity to her old attachment, and she replied--
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There were lots of speculation following the break-up, ranging from finances, to Kansiime not bearing a child, to infidelity.
The question raised and answered here is whether Philippine courts have jurisdiction over the case filed by the wife against her husband for violation of said law even if the marital infidelity constituting the psychological violence of the husband was committed abroad.
AS a follow up to my previous write up about marital infidelity, I am moved to tell our readers that of all the offenses a spouse commits, the one with the deepest cut is extra marital affairs.
In many cultures, the term "infidelity" is associated with cheating, adultery, unfaithfulness, and betrayal, all of which have negative connotations and can cause distress in relationships (Thornton & Nagurney, 2011).