Marriage counselor: Sexting always sends wrong message


MIAMI – A Miami-based marriage counselor says sexting always sends the wrong message in response to New York mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner admitting to that he sent lusty messages more than a year after resigning from Congress for the same dubious habits.

"If you give anybody the impression that they could have you while you are married to someone else, doesn't that disrespect your spouse and give the impression that you are up for grabs?" said Dr. Jacqueline Del Rosario.

Several people having lunch in South Miami offered their feelings on online infidelity Wednesday.

"Social media shouldn't be the excuse. Cheating was going to happen one way on the other," said Xiamara Guerrero.

"It's how people communicate. It's gonna be there and there is nothing you can do about it," added Stephen Delgado.

Del Rosario said recovering from online infidelity is the same as physical infidelity -- it's the process of rebuilding trust.

And what would she tell Weiner?

"I would tell him to get off of social media and he needs a phone without a camera," said Del Rosario.

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