GREENVILLE, S.C., Jan. 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Widespread news reports convey that former presidential candidate John Edwards has finally admitted to being the father of Rielle Hunter's daughter. Hunter, who had worked as Edwards' videographer, consistently claimed that Edwards was the father, a charge Edwards denied publicly for almost two years.
By some accounts, Edwards went from being a young senator to becoming a presidential candidate in a meteoric rise that led to egotism and narcissism, perhaps growing to believe that he was invincible and that there would be no consequences for his actions.
Psychiatrist and author of the book, "Little White Whys: A Woman's Guide through the Lies Men Tell and Why," Dr. Ishmael Major, raises some interesting questions: Are men like John Edwards, Tiger Woods, and Governor Mark Sanford simply pawns in a sinister game of women who lust after their power? Are these men victims of their own fame and prominence? Should we feel sorry for them? Should we do more to protect them from the preying masses?
Invite Dr. Major to answer:
- Why do powerful people believe they are beyond reproach?
- What drove Edwards to risk having unprotected sex with a mistress?
- How can cheating men have such easy disregard for their wives?
- When are men most likely to cheat on their wives?
- How will the publicity affect Edwards' former mistress and their child?
CREDENTIALS: Ishmael Major, M.D. is a psychiatrist and infidelity expert who has helped thousands of people find happiness within their relationships. His book, "Little White Whys: A Woman's Guide through the Lies Men Tell and Why" reveals the secrets women want to know about why some men lie in relationships. Dr. Major has been featured on NBC News 2 WCBD, WMYA News 13's My 40 TV Morning Show with Victoria Dunkle, NBC WIS News 10, The Oakland Tribune, 24 Hours Toronto, Connections on ETV, On Point With Cynthia Hardy WWDM 101.3 FM, The P.A. Bennett Show WGCV, KMBP Mountain Public Radio, KKNW 1150 AM, LA Talk Radio, WLBK 1360 AM in Chicago, Hot 92.3 FM in Los Angeles, Newstalk 650 CKOM in Canada, Astral Radio in Toronto, 1450 AM WAVG, KPAY 1290 AM, and Q92 FM WDJQ's Deluca in the Morning.
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SOURCE Dr. Ishmael Major