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" described a woman who first became suspicious about her husband's work spouse when she was in a bathroom stall during his office party.
Houston said the woman overheard co-workers saying, "That's his wife? I thought he was dating so-and-so." "Having an affair does terrible damage to the person you promised to care for.
I know quite a few people who have lost everything." Healy, whose work has been highlighted in the "Ladies' Home Journal" series "Can This Marriage Be Saved?
Ruth Houston, founder of Infidelity and author of "Is He Cheating On You?"Many people never expect it to happen, and it ruins their lives." Recent studies show workplace coupling is becoming increasingly common.It's good news for single workers looking for love and increasingly stuck at work -- but more treacherous for those in committed relationships."Office spouse" relationships often start out innocently: Coworkers grab lunch, share inside jokes, commiserate. Susan Healy, a clinical therapist in Pound Ridge, N.Y., has counseled many husbands and wives who've seen their relationships rocked by inappropriate work friendships.