What is considered cheating in a marriage?

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On this week’s episode of God, Money, and Purpose, Raul and Vivian discuss the case of a man who cheats on his wife, but only in his heart. He constantly tells her how he is interested in other women, and he feels guilt and shame. They’ve been stuck in this cycle for years of him looking at other women, telling her about it, and asking for forgiveness.

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Raul and Vivian try to piece together why a man would constantly fantasize about being with other women, and whether it is good or bad that the man tells his wife. How will this couple move forward in their relationship? What lessons can we learn from the bible that still hold true in 2020? Find out on this episode of God, Money, & Purpose.

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