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Anyone familiar with the game Second Life will agree that it is equally part intriguing and equally part mind numbing. On on hand, Second Life exists as an endless journey of the imagination where whatever the mind can fathom, can be created with enough hard work and patience. Yet, on the converse side, and for a large majority of Second Life inhabitants, it is a glorified internet dating chat room. It is this relationship aspect of Second Life that is it’s greatest and worst characteristic.
Consider the following facts:
- The average Second Life intimate relationship lasts, on average, two months.
- The average time between Second Life relationships is two to three weeks.
- 90% of rebound relationships outside of Second Life fail. Read the rest of this entry »
Chances are if your an adult, you’ve been in a relationship that ended because either yourself, or your significant other, cheated. There is a distinct rationalizing process that occurs on the part of the cheater, both during the affair and when dealing with the aftermath. This should be of interest to anyone who has cheated or been cheated on before.
Cheating is equally defined as forming a close, emotional attachment to another person that has to be actively suppressed(until it reaches a point of irresistibly), and engaging in sexual intercourse with anyone other then your significant other. It can, and has been argued that the former is a far more egregious form of cheating. Regardless, in both instances the fundamental rationalization on the part of the cheater surfaces.