'Weinergate' Spotlights Perils of Cyber Infidelity

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Rep. Anthony Weiner's, D-N.Y., recent admission that he sent lewd photographs of himself to several women via Twitter has GOP lawmakers demanding his resignation and Democrats calling for an ethics probe.

Christian Therapist Janelle Hallman told CBN News the Weiner scandal points to the dangers of what's being called "cyber infidelity."

"We're still handing over something that's really sacred and I think best expressed within a committed relationship," she said.

"Whenever we do that, we're really giving something of ourselves away," Hallman explained. "So, whether it involves touch or not to me is more or less irrelevant."

Hallman, clinical director and supervisor of Janelle Hallman & Associates, talked more about the concept of "cyber infidelity" on CBN News Channel Morning News, June 8.

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