Esa Perel argues in her research and her work that people cheat not because they feel confined in their marriage, but because they simply want more of what it proposes to offer. People evolve, marriage assumes that they will evolve together, and that's not always the case. Cheating can be the, it's not you, it's me as a result of that. So Esa Perel also explains, it's not so much that you want to leave the person that you're with, is that you want to leave the person that you've become. What are your thoughts on that? I mean it's not necessarily to excuse cheating which causes pain between the couple, affects the children, and all this domino effect to those around them in their community. But it is common and we need to look at why there is a darker corollary to it.