Discovering that your husband is visiting online dating sites can be an emotionally devastating experience.

Although such behavior constitutes a betrayal and many wives consider this a form of adultery, if you and your husband can communicate your physical and emotional needs to each other, it may be possible to fix your marriage.

A marriage counselor can help you learn how to communicate your needs more effectively, which may prevent future breaches of trust.

Anna Green has been published in the "Journal of Counselor Education and Supervision" and has been featured regularly in "Counseling News and Notes," Keys Weekly newspapers, "Travel Host Magazine" and "Travel South." After earning degrees in political science and English, she attended law school, then earned her master's of science in mental health counseling.

Presumably, the similarities also help partners to make a deeper connection and share gratefully with each other.

Religious and spiritual compatibility may also reduce the likelihood of cheating and infidelity.

She is the founder of a nonprofit mental health group and personal coaching service.

Welcome back to The Attraction Doctor Even with all of the technology connecting us together, finding and meeting people for dates, mates, hookups, and spouses can still be a challenge. Fortunately, the question has been thoroughly surveyed and studied by social science research.

Their analysis was based on a national longitudinal survey of over four thousand adults, aged 18-59, called the "How Couples Meet and Stay Together" (HCMST) survey.

In addition, the researchers also compared that data to other historical surveys on the topic too.

When trying to fix your marriage, speak to your husband about the issues that led him to visit online dating sites.