The Anatomy of an Affair

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The Lord is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit. The Lord redeems his servants; no one will be condemned who takes refuge in Him.

— (Psalm 34:18, 22)

The anatomy of an affair. There was a time when having an affair was taboo. A dirty little thing men did with wayward women; just a sex thing that even good men ventured into every now and then, because men will be men always, needing to sow their oats in other fields. In the media, and in our consciousness, the mistress was always portrayed as a loose woman with no morals who preyed on a poor, defenseless married men for sex and money, with no regard for the wife who was home waiting for her man. Now the same media depicts affairs as no big deal, as long as no one gets caught. Partner-swapping is daily fare on every soap opera. It is even depicted as being romantic. As two star-crossed lovers caught in inconvenient situations that they must overcome to steal a few moments together.

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Ashan R. Hampton is the author of several Christian inspirational books: “Prayers & Confessions for Modern Christian Women” (2020), “Still Single Over 40: Reclaim Your Love Life” (2019), “Prayers & Confessions for Teens and Young Adults” (2018), “MCW Living Single Bible Readings” (2017), “Prayers & Confessions for Everyday Victory” (2017), “Before You Start Dating Again” (2016), “Some Bitter, Some Sweet: Becoming a Single Woman God Can Use” (2016), “Soul Thoughts: Poems & Essays” (2015), “Girl Please…Know When to Let That Man Go” (2015). Visit our website for ordering information at


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