"Unfortunately, many couples I see going through a divorce ascribe bad or sometimes terrible motives to everything their spouses do. What is the harm in assuming or presuming the best? Even if you're wrong, it hurts no one. And, it may be the start of a better relationship." Randall M. Kessler, an attorney based in Atlanta, Georgia.
"I have seen spouses cheat, because someone else showed them attention and made them feel good."
"While many people believe that their kids have to come first, if they don’t put their spouse first, their marriage eventually sours. It's not going to be doing the kids any favours."
Attorney, Carla Schiff Donnelly says, "Work on your marriage while it’s still a good marriage, don’t wait until there’s a problem. 'Work' does not have to mean counseling, it can simply be having a set date night once a month."
"The bottom line is, we are who we are and either we accept it or go back on Match.com."As the beloved Maya Angelou said, "When people show you who they are, believe them."