17 October 2018,
730PM – 930PM
Location: The School of Positive Psychology
At this very moment, in all corners of the world, someone is either betraying or betrayed, thinking about having an affair, listening to someone who is in the throes of one, or the lover who completes the triangle. No aspect of a couple’s life elicits more fear, gossip or fascination than an affair. Adultery has been legislated, debated, politicised and demonised throughout history. Yet it has existed forever.
Once upon a time infidelity was pretty easy to define and identify. However, in today’s world of social media, chat rooms, interactive webcams, instant messaging, “adult friend finder” apps, sexting, and the like, the definition of cheating is somewhat murky.
- Is it still cheating if there’s no physical sex involved?
- What should I do if I really love my partner but I don’t desire him/her?
- Do you leave or do you stay after an affair is disclosed?
- Is it true that once a cheat, always a cheat?
- What’s worse, having multiple one-night-stand or having one lover for a long time?
- Can trust ever be rebuilt after an affair?
These are just some of the poignant questions we ask when we are affected by infidelity.
There are no answers, and there are also many answers. One thing is sure, there are more questions. The important thing is to have the conversation, to have the conversation together, and to have empathy for each other and each other’s answers, because human beings are complex, and so are our choices.
Join us for an evening’s sharing and conversation, in rethinking sex, intimacy and betrayal in the digital age.
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