SOURCE: Dr. Tseday Aberra

June 07, 2008 10:00 ET

Leading Marriage and Relationship Authority Dr. Tseday Aberra Says Clintons Will Stay Married But Go Their Separate Ways

Expert Says Bill Clinton's Chance to Make Amends for Past Indiscretions Dissipates as Hillary Clinton Withdraws From Presidential Race

LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwire - June 7, 2008) - Ever since Hillary Clinton began her campaign for the Democratic nomination for president, former President Bill Clinton has been seemingly stopping at nothing to put her in the White House. Was President Clinton's relentless effort on behalf of his wife stemming from his belief that she would make a good president? Perhaps. But according to top marriage and relationship expert Dr. Tseday Aberra, there is another and much more powerful reason.

"If Hillary were to have been elected president, President Clinton would have felt, to a certain extent, exonerated for his past indiscretions," said Dr. Aberra. "To President Clinton, this was personal, not political. When President Clinton became involved with Monica Lewinsky, he compromised his marital covenant. Helping put his wife in the White House would have shown the watchful world that he is a devoted husband, at least in his mind."

Aberra continues: "This election was a means to an end for President Clinton; now that Hillary is out, so is Bill. He has missed out on perhaps the only opportunity to make it up to her as a husband. But now President Clinton will have to live with what he has done for the rest of his life. They will both go their separate ways because Hillary doesn't need him anymore."

Dr. Tseday Aberra is a clinical and forensic psychologist and one of the country's leading authorities on the male-female relationship. Dr. Aberra advocates a unique and at times controversial approach to the dynamics of marriage, the elements necessary for a successful relationship and the role of sex in a marriage. Dr. Aberra has a successful private practice in the greater Los Angeles area, has written numerous articles and conducted seminars across the country reaching countless people seeking to improve their relationships and marriages. More information is available at www.drtseday.com.

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