A mother of two who has had a series of issues said that married couples should feel able to sleep with other people.
Sex therapist Louise Van Der Velde of Harrogate, North Yorkshire, states that husbands and wives should be "open and honest" about their wishes to be unfaithful.
Speaking about Jeremy Vine on Channel 5 today, the 44-year-old added couples should take the lead in the BBC drama Wanderlust, which sees a sexually frustrated couple agree to an open marriage.
Sex therapist Louise Van Der Velde of Harrogate, North Yorkshire, appeared on Jeremy Vine on Channel 5 today, in the photo, to argue why husbands and wives should be "open and honest" about their desire to be infidels She believes that married couples should be able to cheat
Ms. Van Der Velde said couples should take the lead in the BBC drama Wanderlust, starring Toni Collette, in the photo, which sees a couple agreeing to an open marriage
The television discussion saw guests Nadine Dorries, Owen Jones and Matthew Kelly, discuss whether issues have become an acceptable part of public life in light of the recent scandal surrounding Boris Johnson.
Ms. Van Der Velde, who has had multiple issues with a chain of lovers, was hired to give her an expert opinion on the matter.
She said: & # 39; I like to shine on this subject in a massive way. The marriage model has not changed in 150 years and how much have we changed since then?
Mrs. Van Der Velde and her husband husband Dr. Stephen, in the photo, agreed to have an open marriage in the years leading up to her sudden death in March 2004 at the age of 34.
The sex therapist explained that she experienced firsthand the devastation of infidelity when her late husband, GP Stephen, told her that she wanted to have an affair.
The couple had an open relationship in the last years of their marriage before suddenly dying at age 34 in March 2004.
"When he came to see me after eight years … and he said," I'm thinking about sleeping with someone else. "I went through all the emotions that anyone would experience, pain, rejection and why I'm not good enough.
"I think the ideal is that we can do it openly and honestly and tell our partner, like Wanderlust – wonderful! We're doing it open, we're doing it honestly.
In the Jeremy Vine debate, guests Nadine Dorries, Owen Jones and Matthew Kelly discussed whether issues have become an acceptable part of public life in the light of the recent scandal surrounding Boris Johnson. In the photo, presenter Vine in today's show
"But unfortunately because society programmed us that that's not right, actually through the church, and we've had programming since we were little, that it's not right, we do not do it. & # 39;
Ms. Van der Velde added that she estimates that between 50 and 60 percent are having adventures but lying about it.
BBC Wanderlust sees married couple Joy and Alan Richards (Toni Collette and Steven Mackintosh) agree to sleep with other people after getting tired of their own sex life.
The show has caused a stir with her graphic sex scenes, including the first female orgasm shown on the BBC.