From the Author
For the record, I'm a practicing human and have a B.A. in Theatre Arts, not degrees in psychology. However, I have concerns regarding this condition running amuck in our society, and most importantly--the lack of personal accountability. People cheat, move on, leave a tattered trail behind them and repeat the cycle ad nauseam. I've had my fair share of experiences with (in)fidelity. I'm not proud of some situations, ahead of the game on others. I'll likely not compromise my values again by choosing to use my frontal lobe for good. Undoubtedly I'll continue to blunder in other areas, personal evolution being what it is--ongoing.
I understand there are not altogether simple solutions for conditions that may prove to be more complicated and outside the scope of everyday thought. This book does not fully address the multi-part steadfastly rooted backstories that inhibit and sometime cripple personal growth. If you find yourself in this category seek trained advisors to address these issues, or read specific books that may prove beneficial as stepping stones toward living a more complete life.
Having had the experience of infidelity in my life, the main objective of this book is to present enough useful information, statistics, surveys, and factual life narrative in order to stimulate dialogue, or at the very least, practical thought in regards to fidelity, commitment, and accountability. Let the change-up begin!