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"You go on Facebook, and you friend an old friend from high school or college or someone you used to date, and you strike up a conversation."Catching up can turn to regular chats."Slowly, the layers get peeled back, and you develop this connection," Malec said."And you feel special.""Everyone who has a device is vulnerable," said Marlene Wasserman, a South African sex and couples therapist known as Dr.Eve, whose new book, "Cyber Infidelity: The New Seduction" (Human & Rousseau), mines Ashley Madison data.Even while logging on to a site like Ashley Madison, they don't feel they are doing anything wrong, she said — even those who classified emotional infidelity as cheating in her research."People feel guilt-free," Wasserman said."Because of how great it makes people feel, they simply don't believe it causes harm to themselves or their marriages."Defining the betrayal Psychologically, Weiss explained, the ease of opening an app or chat removes much of the worry and second-guessing that were required before — for example, fearing that a neighbor might see you together or having to choose the best bar for a rendezvous.
(Weiss said he has noticed, generally, women are more likely to fall into relationship-centered flings after conversations on social sites like Facebook.Khiladi Akshay Kumar has had a colourful history as far as his love life is concerned.