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Infidelity (Part V) #789981

CNN Evening News for Friday, May 13, 2005
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(No location given: Kathy Slobogin) The meaning of an extramarital affair for a marriage examined; details given of one couple's story. [Long-married couple "JANET" & "TIM" - talk about their relationship, what happened when he had an affair, how his behavior changed, his confession, the devastation of adultery's breaking of trust.] [Support network's Peggy VAUGHAN††- talks about what happened to Janet & Tim; gives advice on what couples need to talk about.] [Dr. Shirley GLASS‡- explains the "attraction" of an affair.]

Reporter(s):
Slobogin, Kathy
Duration:
00:07:00

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