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Monday, April 20, 2009

Economic Woes Affect Infidelity

Where do passions go during economic hardship? The University of Montreal found that 40% – 70% of mates cheat, making infidelity the NEW RELATIONSHIP NORM!! The New York Times reported that wealthy men who lost fortunes worry their wives will leave. An Australian study found that women enjoy less orgasms with poor men. And wild male chimps that don’t offer meat for sex score fewer copulations!

As you know, I counsel people in need of relationship advice, among them, the betrayed and their betrayers. Recently, I observed a correlation between the horrible economy and the number of betrayal stories I was being called to mediate. Since this is a GLOBAL economic meltdown, I was hearing the same sad stories from clients around the world, in Asia, Europe, the Americas, New Zealand, Africa, and more . . .

So I wrote 99 PRESCRIPTIONS FOR FIDELITY – Your Rx for Trust, as a CHEAT PREVENTION AND CURE REMEDY. It’s for tough times -- DURING dating, BEFORE marriage, AS romance blossoms, WHEN love becomes committed, WHILE a relationship is being rekindled, and even AFTER a betrayal. The book applies 99 of my Gilda-Grams as daily prescriptions to block and heal infidelity. With help, 65% of cheating mates remain together and actually thrive!!


CLICK HERE for information

DR. GILDA CARLE (Ph.D.) is an internationally known psychotherapist, relationship expert, media personality, and management consultant. She is Match.com’s “Ask Dr. Gilda” advice columnist, published on MSN.com, and a motivational speaker, a professor of business, psychology & communications, and the author of "Don't Bet on the Prince!" (a test question on "Jeopardy!"), "Teen Talk with Dr. Gilda," and "He's Not All That!" Her e-Books are “How to WIN When Your Mate Cheats,” (winner of a literary award from The London Book Festival): http://drgilda.com/ebook/WhenYourMateCheats.htm, and “99 Prescriptions for Fidelity: Your Rx for Trust.” DR. GILDA was the therapist in HBO's Emmy Award winner, "Telling Nicholas," featured on Oprah, where she guided a family to tell their 7-year-old that his mom died in the World Trade Center bombing. See www.DrGilda.com

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