How to deal with 'online cheating'

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PHOENIX -- In the wake of an admission by Rep. Anthony Weiner that he sent a lewd photo of himself to a young woman via Twitter, many people are talking about "online cheating."

Dr. Tim Kimmel, the executive director of Family Matters, sat down with Scott Pasmore to discuss the growing issue of online problems and inappropriate behavior by a spouse or significant other.

Kimmel is one of America's top advocates speaking for the family today and has written several books.

Being proactive and being accountable are two keys to dealing with potential online cheating, Kimmel explained. Couples should also agree on a few ground rules when it comes to social media and consider getting some advice from a neutral third party.