Editor's note: Audrey Irvine is a senior assignment manager for CNN.
Her experiences in the dating world inspire her "Relationship Rant" column. Then the comments started flying with woman after woman not only liking the status update but also telling their own tales of married men trying to befriend single women.
Anderson also happens to be the "chief science officer" at Ashley
If you've yet to hear of this site, then allow me to explain: it's a dating website for married people who are looking to have affairs.
They want t be wined and dined, and made to feel like they're appreciated and attractive again.
What the study also found is that of those 100 women, ZERO of them wanted to get a divorced.
When you enter into a relationship with married men, inevitably you step into a world that can reveal a lot of joy, and yet, tear all the happiness away instantly.
And this cycle of happiness and pain repeats itself until you can’t take it anymore. It might not be an easy thing to admit, but if you've ever felt that way, you're not alone. It happens to the best of us: we're in a committed relationship for years, then we realize, "meh," the passion just isn't what it used to be.Nor do more socially conservative times erase infidelity.America today may seem more sexually relaxed than in the buttoned-down years immediately following World War II, yet pioneering research by Alfred Kinsey found that married men cheated at rates of around 50 percent.In 1953, Kinsey showed that 26 percent of married women had also been unfaithful.