After a French man and an American woman had finished making love, she quietly said, "We've been seeing one another for over a year now." Shocked, he replied, "That's impossible, I'm with my girlfriend." Confused, the American woman, who knew about his French girlfriend, asked, "How can you say you're faithful when you're in bed with me?
Is this the start of a beautiful (and innocent) friendship, or the beginning of the end of your marriage? Basically, emotional affairs occur when one partner is channeling physical or emotional energy, time and attention into someone other than the person they are in a committed relationship with to the point that their partner feels neglected.
The marriage-damaging factor of affairs, it turns out, is far less about sex than it is about the total package of deception.
Many people use work email addresses -- including and addresses -- for personal uses such as setting up social media accounts, exchanging information with a spouse, or corresponding with a friend.
Your annual security refresher likely gives an overview on the kinds of activities specifically prohibited via email, including anything related to elections, side businesses, or potentially prohibited activities for the federal government.
The fact that they’re both using a site designed for marital indiscretions and using their government-issued email addresses to do so is impropriety, stupidity and a security fiasco, all in one package.