Cregg Chandler Discusses Ethical Epidemic in the Military on 'CBS This Morning'

November 17, 2012 - Dr. Cregg Chandler appeared on "CBS This Morning" on Saturday, Nov. 17, in a piece on military fidelity (Click to Tweet). Chandler is a retired Air Force chaplain who has done extensive research on military ethics over his career and believes infidelity is an epidemic among the military. His book, A Separation Survival Guide for Military Couples, offers tips to strengthen relationships and avoid the issues often faced during temporary duty assignment.

“Infidelity came up as a major concern for 70 percent of the councilors I reviewed,” says Chandler.

Chandler says we often neglect those that we hurt the most and the suffering is long lasting.

Watch the clip of WestBow Press author Cregg Chandler interviewed on CBS This Morning.

A Separation Survival Guide for Military Couples A Separation Survival Guide for Military Couples

About the book:

Families and friends, learn how to better understand the dilemma faced by military couples and how to help them cope. Explore the interconnectivity of critical issues many military families are confronted with. Consider practical solutions to one of the most crucial threats facing relationships in the military and potentially the world. Learn how to protect your relationship from extramarital affairs while maintaining commitment to your spouse. Learn how to successfully survive the devastation associated with family separation.