Whole truth about infidelity – complex affairs and dealing with consequences

Dr Eve looks at the kind of infidelity which occurs between people who are not equal (professionally, religiously and otherwise) that she dubbed as Complex Affairs.

She explains Complex Affair as the kind of infidelity that occurs in trusted spaces or institutions like an affair with a pastor, a health practitioner, family members and your best friend's partner.

According to Dr Eve these kinds of affairs need to be dealt with professionally (therapy) because trust is shuttered afterwards.

Listen to the full conversation below:

They are called complex affairs because they impact not on you as an individual but on the very systems which we fully believe in, where one doesn’t expect betrayal

Dr Eve, clinical sexologist

All of these institutions is where we feel safe and your sense of safety is shuttered

Dr Eve, clinical sexologist

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