Our infidelity support group provides a community where people share their personal experiences and offer each other support, advice and friendship online.
Los Angeles (PRWEB) July 24, 2012
A new social networking website, http://www.cheatingsupport.com/, has been launched to provide community support, information and resources about infidelity.
Designed to decrease pain and increase understanding, the social-media site brings together individuals with shared experiences with infidelity in a supportive, non-judgmental forum. The site, touted as “your infidelity support group online,” went live March 1, 2012.
“Infidelity can have lasting and profound effects on individuals, no matter which side of it you’re on,” said CheatingSupport.com founder Dean Severson. “What’s unique about this site is that it provides a community where people share their personal experiences and offer each other support, advice and friendship. We’ve also gathered intelligent articles within the site that provide insight on why infidelity happens and tools needed to move forward in a positive direction.”
http://www.CheatingSupport.com hosts an online community of people who have experienced infidelity in the past or are currently going through the occurrence of infidelity in their relationships. Community members offer support and advice, and, most importantly, extend healing to fellow members in heartfelt camaraderie. The majority of the members are victims of infidelity, but the site also serves individuals who committed infidelity, the “other person” and those searching for information to support a loved one.
The website welcomes all different types of individuals, including those going through separation, divorcees, those still married working to stay together, and those dating. The website caters to everyone, both gay and straight. Memberships are confidential and cost a small fee. The site generates its revenue strictly from the membership fees. An appeal of the website, and one they market proudly, is that CheatingSupport.com will never sale users’ information.
Membership not only grants visitors to online forums, it also leads them to a trove of information from the media, gathered in one place, in categories that include “Was Cheated On,” “Did the Cheating,” “Sex Addiction,” “Scientific Evidence,” “Latest News,” “Stories” and “Counsel.” In these pages, users can gain a better understanding of what leads to—and what overcomes—infidelity.
“Infidelity happens in a majority of relationships and most tend to deal with the aftermath privately,” said Severson. “Many of our members are unable to afford private therapy. Our site is an excellent replacement to that. CheatingSupport.com is the first site to offer those affected from infidelity the support they need with the privacy and anonymity they desire.”
CheatingSupport.com is a new website that offers an online membership-based community and resources to those affected by infidelity. It provides an informational and non-judgmental forum for those who have committed infidelity, those who have been victims and others whose lives infidelity has changed. More information can be found at http://www.cheatingsupport.com.