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Usually the betrayed partner has very basic questions, and needs straightforward support.

Quite frankly, at no point during my two-plus decades as a psychotherapist specializing in sexual intimacy and betrayal concerns has this been more apparent than right now, in the wake of the Ashley Madison hack.

"Tick Tock."In August, Flynn retweeted a Breitbart article by alt-right commentator Milo Yiannopoulos, who was banned from Twitter earlier this year, titled "Hillary Clinton Is About To Embarass(sic) Herself On The Alt-Right.""In next 24 hours, I dare Arab & Persian world 'leaders' to step up to the plate and declare their Islamic ideology sick and must B healed," Flynn tweeted in July of this year following the terrorist attack in Nice, France."Fear of Muslims is RATIONAL: please forward this to others: the truth fears no questions," Flynn said with a link to a video claiming Islamophobia was rational and that Islam wanted 80% of humanity enslaved or exterminated.

In late October, Flynn retweeted a false claim that United Nations Agenda 21, a sustainable development program, would create a one world church where Christianity was prohibited and that choosing nationalism was the only way to stop Clinton.

In July, Flynn linked to a tweet that falsely claimed Clinton was "wearing hijab in solidarity with islamic terrorists." The picture was from a 2009 trip Clinton took to Pakistan as secretary of state, in which she donned a head covering during a visit to a mosque as a diplomatic courtesy.

In another instance, he linked to a Life Zette article questioning if an Iranian scientist was executed recently because he was exposed on Clinton's private email server While Clinton advisers did discuss the scientist over email in July 2010, Clinton also publicly commented on the case of Shahram Amiri at the time, and The New York Times reported at the time that he was a CIA informant.

As such, I provide below a simple FAQ for betrayed partners. Not right away, unless you were already planning to do so and the infidelity has pushed you over the top.

Otherwise, I advise a cooling off period of at least six months, which gives you and your partner a chance to think about what you really want, long-term, after the initial shock of disclosure has worn off.

However, after asking which photo was going to be used, Stevie admitted to the company that she didn’t like the photo because she felt ‘self-conscious’ about the way she looked in it.Cernovich runs a website called Danger and Play, which has pushed conspiracy theories that the Orlando Pulse shooter did not act alone and that Hillary Clinton's campaign chairman was part of a sex cult.In late October, Flynn linked to a Cernovich story titled "How to Save Twitter," where he argued harassment wasn't a big issue on Twitter and said "the company is being run by rabid SJWs [social justice warriors] who don't care about users." The article included a tweet of Cernovich calling a woman raising awareness about the herpes virus "ugly and has herpes."In August, Flynn retweeted a Breitbart article by alt-right commentator Milo Yiannopoulos, who was banned from Twitter earlier this year, titled "Hillary Clinton Is About To Embarass(sic) Herself On The Alt-Right." On three occasions, Flynn tagged in his tweets Jared Wyland, an alt-right, anti-Semitic commentator who has tweeted about the "Liberal Jewish media." Flynn also shared some of Wyland's tweets that linked to videos, including one Wyland tweeted with the message, "MUST WATCH: Ex-Muslim schools Obama on how #ISIS is practicing Islam to the letter Choose Reality America!‘I think it’s fair for every girl to feel self conscious from time to time,’ she said.Ending the conversation on a bad note, Stevie’s boyfriend went on to angrily post screenshots of the messages to his own Instagram account – but they have since been deleted.Despite telling Stevie that she looked gorgeous in the photo, the owner, Allison Appleby, went on to become defensive, asking her whether she disliked her brand.After no response, Allison snapped – and told Stevie over Instagram: ‘So disappointed Stevie – I personally chose you because you seemed like such a nice girl. ‘You don’t seem to be self conscious in your latest post with the way you are portraying your self image – sitting with your legs so far apart!In response, the betrayed often find themselves in the midst of an emotional and psychological tornado, spinning from one fear-based thought to another with little to no control—just like any other person in crisis.In addition to In general, I find that most betrayed spouses are not looking to divorce—at least not at first.And now, Allison is incredibly regretful of her comments. ‘She got one nasty b***h slap from me and now I’m getting hate mail from people who don’t know the full story. They don’t know me, it’s unfair but I have to own up. If I could take it back, I would.’ Allison now also fears what effect her comments could have on her business, and admits to not knowing exactly what ‘slut-shaming’ means because she’s not ‘savvy with all the technology young people use these days’.She told Daily Mail Australia: ‘I feel so sick to the stomach about it. Though she does add that she believes there was an issue between the company and Stevie before any of the comments were made.