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news archive 10th November 2003
How well do you know your husband? Do you understand your husband well? is a question every wife should ask herself. To this most of them will reply "Oh yes I understand him perfectly, the problem is he is not able to understand me. This is a statement not to be believed, because if it were true there would not have been so many problems in families as there are now.
One Man Is Not Worth Bitterly Dividing A Church The consecration of the Rev. Gene Robinson as Episcopal Bishop of New Hampshire is history, despite the likely fracture of the bonds between the Episcopal Church and the greater Anglican community, and in spite of the predictable loss of much of the financial support given to the church's national organization.
Losing control not a bad thing Author Judith Viorst has a friend who went into surgery with a list of instructions taped to her stomach.
Event to focus on women's sexuality . Kinsey Institute to hold weekend conference at IMU. The Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender and Reproduction will co-sponsor a conference next week on women's sexuality to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Alfred Kinsey's landmark book, "Sexual Behavior of the Human Female."
Doctor at murder trial testifies on DuMonds injuries The day after Carol Shields fought for her life in a north Kansas City apartment, accused killer Wayne Du-Mond showed up at his doctors office with a scratched face and injuries to a shoulder and an elbow.
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30% Of online relationships evolve into real-world affairs. A staggering nine out of ten women in relationships flirt with other men on a regular basis.
Studies find that more than one in five men do have an affair, at least once in their lives, and that women are now about as likely as men to cross the line.
In a survey 98 percent of men and 80 percent of women surveyed reported having a sexual fantasy about someone other than their partner at least once in the previous two months. Bet it's higher!
The chance of a married woman having an affair is highest within the first five years and falls off gradually with time. Men have two high-risk phases, one during the first five years of marriage and, the second, after the 20th year.