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Tiger Woods Submits Self to Marriage Therapy

By Leo Reyes     Dec 4, 2009 in Sports
Popular golfer Tiger Woods was reported to have submitted himself to marriage counseling and therapy after persistent rumors on the golfer's elicit affair outside his marriage. At least three alleged mistresses surfaced after Woods' recent car accident.
Popular golfer Tiger Woods submitted himself to marriage therapy after his controversial alleged elicit relationship with at least three women other than his wife Elin.
Revelations of elicit affair with several women haunted Woods during the last few days as the issue showed no sign of abatement as it continue to dominate the Internet and tabloid headlines.
In the statement posted in his website, Tiger woods said:
"I have let my family down and I regret those transgressions with all of my heart. I have not been true to my values and the behavior my family deserves. I am not without faults and I am far short of perfect. I am dealing with my behavior and personal failings behind closed doors with my family. Those feelings should be shared by us alone"
In his website statement, Woods mentioned ' I am dealing with my behavior and and personal failings'. The statement jibes the newspaper reports that the famous golfer is indeed undergoing marriage counseling and therapy.
Tiger Woods' alleged elicit affair with some women other that his wife came about when the popular golfer accidentally hit a fire hydrant near his house in Florida causing minor bodily injuries to the golf icon.
News from tabloids and the Internet show that the accident happened after a domestic quarrel with his wife Elin in connection with a woman believed to be Woods' mistress and later identified as Rachel Uchitel who was with the golf champion in Australia just recently.
Uchitel later denied any elicit relationship with Woods.
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