Shortly after a video of Solange Knowles attacking Jay-Z at an elevator was leaked to the public, rumors about there being trouble in paradise started spreading. According to sources, Solange had caught her sister's husband flirting with designer Rachel Roy at the Met Ball after-party.

And with Beyonce changing the lyrics of her song "Resentment" from "Been ridin' with you for six years [...]" to "Been ridin' with you for 12 years [...]" during her concert at Cincinnati, Ohio, a move that is speculated to have stemmed from her husband's alleged affair with Mya, fans are beginning to wonder just how rocky the marriage has become.


If Jay-Z did indeed cheat, is this Queen Bey's way of teaching her husband a lesson? And if so, is singing it out to the public the right way to do it? More importantly, how do you eventually deal with the aftermath?

On Oprah.com, psychotherapist Dr. Rob Ludwig talks about how infidelity does not necessarily mean your marriage is a failure. "Cheating is a behavioral communication," Dr. Ludwig says. "For every man, it may be slightly different. You need to understand what was his motive." We know that's easier said than done, especially when you're still reeling from the discovery of his unfaithfulness. But we're here to help you muddle through the ugly aftermath until you reach the point where you can say that you're okay. Launch our gallery for a few tips on how you can handle your man's affair with grace.

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