Why did you write this book? For nearly twenty years, people have shown up at my consultation room for treatment for compulsive sexual behavior. My patients are generally men and some women with seemingly great marriages, great families, great careers. But they had this secret of a self-destructive quest for sex. Being a specialist on […]Read full article
A Talk With Kenneth Paul Rosenberg, MD Author of Infidelity: Why Men and Women Cheat
"Finally, a brilliant treatise by a leading MD psychiatrist on the Lucifer of relationships: infidelity. Dr. Rosenberg uses the newest data from neuroscience and sex and addiction research to tell us who, why, when and where people cheat, then gives us some clear-headed and sophisticated advice on how to survive, indeed even thrive, after the affair. It's an essential read."—Dr. Helen Fisher, The Kinsey Institute
"Straightforward, sex-positive, and comprehensive, Dr. Rosenberg's guide for couples confronting infidelity can help them restore their relationship and sex life."—Dr. Alexandra Katehakis, author of Mirror of Intimacy: Daily Meditations on Emotional and Erotic Intelligence
"Filled with common sense tips for those caught in the tangled webs we weave with betrayal. As a working psychiatrist with specialties in addiction and sexuality, Dr. Rosenberg combines the best of current science on the brain, human intimacy, and mental health issues."
—Dr. Patrick Carnes, author of Out of the Shadows
"A timely, intimate, authoritative, and always fascinating look at a vexing problem, why people cheat on partners they love."—Peter D. Kramer, author of Ordinarily Well, Should You Leave? and Listening to Prozac
"A must-read, insightful, well-written book on a timely and important topic."—Bruce Roseman, MD, Family Doctor, Assistant Professor of Family Medicine and OB-GYN at Mount Sinai Hospital, New York, NY