I'm currently doing research for my doctorate thesis, which is looking into experiences of infidelity. In particular, I am looking to interview individuals who have been unfaithful to understand what it means to them and how they make sense of it. The research aims to enhance understandings of infidelity, which could help to inform couples' therapy and the field of Counselling Psychology. The research has been granted ethical approval from City, University of London Ethics Board.
I am based in London in the UK, and you would be asked to participate in a one-to-one interview to share your experience. The interview will be a non-judgemental, confidential space and will take place in a mutually convenient location. Your participation would involve one interview, which is approximately 1-1.5 hours. All interviews will remain confidential; pseudonyms and identifying information will be removed from the transcripts.
If anybody would be willing to take part, I would be grateful if you could reply to this post, or private message me. I will then send you an information sheet with further details on the study.
The criteria for participants is:
- Be based in the UK
- Over 25 years old
- Have engaged in a romantic relationship/affair for at least one month, which was outside of your agreed mutually exclusive relationship
- Were cohabiting with your primary partner
- At least one of these relationships has been over for at least 6 months.
Last edited by dairymother; 06-19-2017 at 06:22 AM.
Reason: To add more details