Relationshipyard.com is a collection of Relationship Advice information, written by people who have experienced the issues being talked about. Our main contributors specialize in matters of infidelity and how you can deal with cheaters, but as our site grows we will be inviting new authors to share their experiences for their respective topics. If you are interested in sharing your own experiences, either as an author or just a regular person wanting to vent their feelings, feel free to use the “share your experiences” link on the navigation bar, or participate in our forums. If you would like to share multiple articles, consider registering and sending us an email requesting posting privileges. Please note we do not just accept anyone as authors, or allow people to submit just any article. Your articles must comply with our article requirements. We will never force you to give us your personal information, but we do moderate everything that is posted on this site. Our editors can tell when you are writing something you know about, or writing just so you can spam our readers.
The subject of infidelity is not one that people want to openly talk about, or reveal their identity when discussing it online. You can rest assured we will never try to get your personal information, nor ask for any phone numbers. You may anonymously comment on our articles without anyone knowing who you are or where you are from. Same goes for our infidelity forums. Most our authors that talk about sensitive issues such as men and women who cheat on their spouses, choose to do the same. Mike and Kris for example have started a a site about cheating spouses back in 2008, and since then the amount of hate mail they have received is countless. They now wish to remain anonymous, hiding their last names and physical locations.
On that note, we ask both our readers and writers to never “out” someone by dropping their personal information in either the comments section, or infidelity forums. You can only post someone’s information if you are doing it because you have had a positive experience with them. Examples of situations we will allow personal information to be shared : a marriage counselor that helped you with your relationship problems, a private investigator that caught your spouse cheating, or a wedding planner that got you your perfect wedding. Of course if they request their info to be taken down, we will.
Remember that the articles written here by our authors, no matter their occupation, are general guides, not a personalized plan created just for you. All things said, they are the author’s own opinions and should be taken in with an open mind. No article about relationships anywhere on the internet is fully created and personalized just for your relationship problems. Take the advice given from the articles found here and do your best to personalize them to fit your problems. Treat the articles like second opinions from people who have had the same experiences as you are going through now, because you’re the only one who knows what is truly best for your situation. Nothing here or on any other site will trump the advice given to you by a marriage counselor who has direct contact and is focused on just you and your spouse, or some other professional in direct communication with you.
If you are here because you have infidelity problems, we highly recommend that you use the “Surviving Infidelity Forum” section. One of the best ways to deal with stress related to infidelity is to talk to others who have been through the same things as you, people underestimate forums as a tool for recovery. Knowing you are not alone, sharing your own, and reading about other’s experiences with infidelity will relieve some of the stress you are experiencing. Feel free to drop by, and remember it’s free and you may choose to remain anonymous.