Editor's note: Do people, especially politicians and other public figures, truly think that information (inappropriate photos) they send across the internet via Twitter, Facebook, texting or email is truly private? The topic of conversation now appears to be, "Is sexting or online 'affairs' truly considered infidelity?" What are your thoughts?
This came across our desks from Will Bower on behalf of Dr. Tim Kimmel
"Just yesterday, Congressman Anthony Weiner (D-NY) admitted to having inappropriate online and phone relationships with several women. He also admitted to lying about the origin of a lewd photo of his body that appeared on his Twitter account last week, which he aggressively claimed was due to hacking during several media appearances.
So what is it that compelled Anthony Weiner to put his career and marriage at risk? And what greater impact are social networking sites having on family and marital relationships?
Dr. Tim Kimmel -- author and Executive Director of Family Matters (familymatters.net) -- has answers. Considered one of America's top advocates for the family, Tim's latest book -- "In Praise of Plan B" -- explores ideas and ways to move beyond life's roadblocks and difficult situations."
As an update to when we received this information, it was announced that Weiner's wife was in the early stages of pregnancy?! What was this man thinking?