There are a lot of reasons why people get divorced but among them are the hot issues of infidelity. When a spouse finds out that their husband or wife is cheating on them, it rips apart the fabric of the relationship. Sometimes the tear is so wide and so deep, that it cannot be repaired. Instead, the only option for some is to divorce.
Is being faithful a thing of the past? We’ve heard stories of couples who remained faithful through thick and thin, up and down. For some, the idea of having an outside fling would never cross their minds. What has changed in our society that being faithful seems to be a figment of the imagination?
Among Christians there is infidelity and we’re supposed to be the poster children of love, marriage, and fidelity. Yet, it’s nothing to hear of the pastor with so-and-so while this person is doing that with someone else. When we make the vow, ‘forsaking all others’, are we merely doing lip service because it’s tradition or do we really mean it?
Can we love the one we’re with? Can we truly be faithful?
On this year’s last episode of the Write Stuff I’ll be talking about this issue with Minister Yvette Tatum as we discuss my newest release, The Other Man. You can call in at 646-595-2083, press 1 to be live on air. Or, you can download the WLUV radio mobile app today. Any way you, can join us.