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Publisher's Summary

Are we hardwired for dishonesty?

Author Fabian Parker examines the mechanics of infidelity, compulsion, and what causes dishonest behavior in this fascinating and groundbreaking work.

Inside You'll Learn:

  • What is infidelity?
  • The many ways infidelity is perpetrated
  • The hidden effects of infidelity
  • The thought process before, during, and after infidelity occurs
  • How to stop infidelity and identify its signs
  • What motivates people to choose infidelity as an option
  • You'll discover if infidelity always really means the end to your relationship
  • How to expose infidelity
  • And what to do about it
  • How to avoid mistaken notions of infidelity
  • You'll learn about emotional infidelity
  • And the mental issues associated with it
  • And much, much more....

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Uneducated, damaging and offensive misinformation

This book is complete uneducated drivel. The author has a very narrow chauvinistic point of view on relationships and had clearly done no research to back up his claims. No sources are cited and all presented evidence is purely anecdotal, which makes it meaningless in any academic sense. Each chapter is simply an uneducated rant by the author complaining about a certain aspect of relationships. Leaps of logic, sweeping generalizations, and false dichotomies are in every paragraph. Towards the end of the book, he speaks very offensively about people with mental illnesses and his claims clearly show that he knows exactly nothing about real psychology. He also misrepresents depression and prescribes remedies that don't work. The relationship advice in this book is full of ignorance and describes only one type of person, not surprising considering the clear lack of research that went into this work. A large portion of it sets bad expectations which will create more strife than harmony in most relationships. The information contained is uneducated, damaging and offensive. Don't waste your money.

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This nook brought an understanding

This book brought an understanding that was much needed. Brought a whole new perspective on things.

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Monotone!

I loved the content! And I’m sorry to say but gosh, he sounds so monotone and I kept falling asleep! But I got through it and loved the content.

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Ridiculous

Who would sit through this entire script after the sexist tones that emerge and still be comfortable with the fact that this is how they are earning their rent money. If I were tasked with this I’d sooner be a stripper or sugar baby...”for Fidelity’s sake”. Jfc. Take this biased bullshit off audible.

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  • 03-15-18

Quite cynical, and justify infidelity

Quite cynical, and justify infidelity. it really forget about what it means trust between a couple. it just look personal opinions of the author...