Manage Your Post-Affair Thoughts

March 14th, 2012

Do you feel as if you no longer own your own mind—that you’re simply drowning in dark and ugly post-affair thoughts?

If you are the victim of an affair, you probably feel like you’ve received a near-mortal blow. The affair may have caught you completely by surprise, and your world has been reeling ever since.

You’re not alone in feeling you’ve lost control of your own thoughts. In this blog, I’ll help you regain control of those runaway post-affair thoughts—and take back ownership of your mind. Keep reading…

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Get Your Spouse to Give Your Marriage a Chance

February 24th, 2012

Has your spouse seemingly given up on the marriage, and you are trying to change his or her mind and get them to save the marriage?

You may wonder how something like this happens to a marriage that was once happy. You were once two people who were once deeply in love, and somewhere along the way, the caring for each other got lost.

In this blog, I’ll give you 3 steps for motivating your spouse to have hope and work with you to save the marriage. Please keep reading…

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Marriage Problems & Emotional Control

February 2nd, 2012

Many marriage problems are the result of explosive emotional outbursts on the part of one or both spouses. Or, your marriage problem may include never expressing what you’re feeling to one another.

While it’s important to acknowledge the emotions you feel, a balance must be struck so that you and your spouse can use emotions to come closer together—not drive an irreversible wedge between yourselves that kills intimacy.

In today’s blog, we’ll explore how emotions can have an impact on marriage, including its problems. Please keep reading to get 3 valuable tips…

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Relationship Advice: Got Needs? 3 Tips for Fulfillment

January 23rd, 2012

Some of the best relationship advice I could ever give you is this: when communicating with your spouse, slow down and be attentive.

You and your spouse may feel that your needs aren’t being met. Often, it’s because you are not taking the time to tell each other what your needs are, and to actively listen to what your partner is saying.

In this blog, we’ll explore the details of this relationship advice so you can pull your marriage out of its present rut before love fails completely. I’ll give you three tips on how to do just that, so read on…

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Cheaters Never Win: The Tally of Loss

January 9th, 2012

There’s a saying that “cheaters never win and winners never cheat.” Yet, many spouses cheat and think they’re going to somehow win it all—their home life plus something “fun” on the side.

As the victim of a cheater, you are actually in a better frame of mind than your cheating spouse: you can see how he or she will one day wake up and realize just how badly they’ve lost.

In this blog, we’ll explore how you can strengthen yourself and survive your tally of loss while your spouse still has their feet in a fantasy world. Keep reading…

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Cheating Spouses: What is Ultimate Betrayal?

December 22nd, 2011

Your cheating spouse betrayed you, breaking your marriage vows along with your heart.

But did your cheating spouse also commit what you would consider the “ultimate” betrayal?

In this blog, I’ll explore the idea of the ultimate betrayal, plus give you 3 critical tips for surviving betrayal—ultimate or otherwise. Keep reading…

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Marriage Problems: 3 Ways to Survive Holidays

December 19th, 2011

The holidays can put a ton of additional strain on a couple already working through marriage problems. If you are struggling with post-affair trauma or are otherwise trying to keep your marriage together, the season is anything but jolly for you.

There’s the image you hold in your mind about what a holiday “should” be, and this can lead to self-recriminations for not currently having the Normal Rockwell-style family.

In this blog, I’ll offer 3 ways for you to survive the holidays—despite marriage problems. Read on…

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Marriage Infidelity: 3 Steps to End the Lies

December 16th, 2011

Marriage infidelity introduces ugliness into a relationship well beyond any problems that may have existed there before. When your spouse cheats, the affair victim’s trust has been violated—and you don’t know how you’ll move forward past the marriage infidelity to rebuild your relationship.

You can’t have an intimate, trusting marriage when your spouse lies to you—and continues to do so.

In today’s blog, I offer 3 tips to help rebuild your marriage so you can move on from marriage infidelity and ending the lies. Keep reading…

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Unfaithful: Is Your Spouse Considering an Affair?

December 9th, 2011

Is your spouse about to be unfaithful?

There are often signs that someone is on the verge of being unfaithful or is considering having an affair. Identify these signs early enough and you just may be able to stop an affair from happening.

In this blog, I will discuss early warning signs that your spouse may be considering being unfaithful, and 3 ways to take action to stop an affair before it can happen. Read more…

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The Challenge of Admitting “My Wife Cheated On Me”

December 1st, 2011

Telling anyone “my wife cheated on me” can be a very difficult thing for a man to admit.

It’s not somehow easier for a woman to admit her husband has cheated on her, either, but a woman generally has an easier time speaking up and expressing her emotions than a man might. This doesn’t mean that a man doesn’t feel the pain cut just as deeply as a woman will upon learning that his wife has cheated on him.

In this blog, I will share some outdated ideas about infidelity. In addition, I’ll offer help to the men who are struggling with the challenge of admitting “my wife cheated on me.” Please read on…

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