Some people have them with co-workers. With a neighbor. Maybe even with the spouse of a close friend.
Emotional affairs can be just as damaging, if not more, than relationships that are purely physical.
Coach LaMonte visited WBTV News Saturday Morning to talk about why people get involved in emotional affairs and he shares some advice on how to get out of them.
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