Although there may not have been any physical contact between Rep. Anthony Weiner, D-N.Y., and the women with whom he confessed to having inappropriate online relationships, some psychologists consider the married congressman’s conduct as nothing short of adultery.
“Nonphysical sexting relationships are similar to emotional affairs that are highly sexualized,” said Nadine Kaslow, a psychology professor at Emory University in Atlanta.
“Technology has opened up whole new avenues for cheating,” said psychotherapist Bethany Marshall. “The motivation is the same, but the pathway is different.”
Weiner attributed his behavior to “terrible judgment and actions,” and he apologized to his wife.
“I should not have done this, and I should not have done this particularly when I was married,” Weiner said at a press conference.Continue Reading on abcnewsradioonline.com