Forgiveness: Too Much to Ask For?

April 27th, 2015

If your cheating spouse asks for forgiveness, is it too much to ask for?

Many affair victims have mixed feelings about their spouses asking them to forgive their cheating—especially when it is the cause of unfathomable emotional pain.

In this blog, we’ll look at the role of forgiveness and 3 tips for deciding if your spouse is asking you for too much. Read on…

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Health Reasons behind Affair Forgiveness

January 28th, 2015

Infidelity and forgiveness: it’s a very thorny topic.

Just the thought of forgiving a cheating spouse is enough to make an affair victim’s heart race.

But speaking of hearts… forgiveness may offer some health benefits.

In this blog, we’ll look at the idea of forgiveness which is a huge hurdle for many. I will also review a proven alternative to forgiveness-one that has the power to help you reduce your emotional anguish, even if you’re not ready for “forgiving and forgetting.” Please keep reading…

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Forgiving Infidelity: Possible?

January 27th, 2012

Forgiving infidelity is one of the top concerns that victims of cheaters wrestle with. The universal question seems to be: exactly how am I supposed to go about “forgiving and forgetting?”

There are also other ways beyond cheating that a spouse can break your faith: gamble away your money, take up drugs or excessive drinking, skimming some money off the top at work. But infidelity has an especially devastating impact on your emotional connection with your spouse.

If this describes the current state of your marriage, you are facing one of the most difficult challenges any married person has to cope with. In today’s blog, we’ll look at forgiving infidelity in particular. Read on…

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Take A Different Route to Forgiveness

November 11th, 2011

Your spouse betrayed you. Maybe it was infidelity, or maybe they broke faith with you by systematically lying about who they were or what they were doing.

If this describes the current state of your marriage, you are facing one of the most difficult challenges any married person has to cope with. You’re desperately looking for a way to forgive your spouse so you can move on with your life and have the wonderful marriage you have always hoped for.

In today’s blog, I will take you along the road to forgiveness. Whether it is your final destination, only you can decide. But there is one positive stop you can make along the way, and the 3 steps it will take to get there. Read on…

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Healing From Infidelity

November 2nd, 2011

Has your spouse broken their vows, ripped your marriage apart and left you reeling—and now you’re struggling to find healing from infidelity?

Do you wonder whether or not you can ever forgive this offense and move on with your marriage, and that healing from infidelity is even possible?

Forgiving a spouse is one of the most challenging issues the victim of an affair has to deal with, which we will look at in today’s blog. Also, I will give you 3 tips to help you in your struggle to obtain the necessary healing from infidelity so you can move forward with your life. Please keep reading…

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Forgiving Infidelity: Could It Improve Your Health?

July 6th, 2010

The emotional devastation you face when your spouse has cheated on you has the power to suck you down into a vortex of hopelessness and desperation. I’ve heard it described as a sickening cocktail of rage, anguish, anxiety, self-doubt, and sleepless nights. The psychological impact is tremendous …

What you may not realize is that these emotions can cripple your physical health as well. And the longer you remain in the smothering embrace of negative emotions, the more likely it is to have an impact on your health.

However, there are ways to ease the pain and minimize its unhealthy effects. In this article, we’ll look at the idea of forgiveness which is a huge hurdle for many. I will also review a proven alternative to forgiveness-one that has the power to help you reduce your emotional anguish, even if you’re not ready for “forgiving and forgetting.”

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Forgiveness – Is It Necessary?

May 18th, 2010

“The one thing I’ve never heard him say is a simple “I’m sorry.” I’ve heard that much when he has stepped on my foot accidentally. But carry on an affair for five months? To him, it barely deserves a mention. The most I’ve gotten are some excuses and a lot of shrugs. How am I supposed to forgive him, when he hasn’t even asked for forgiveness, and he doesn’t think it’s even an issue?

If your spouse cheated and he or she isn’t showing authentic remorse, you are probably feeling insult added to injury, and you might also be feeling some or all of the following:

1. Puzzled by your spouse’s “not getting it” when it seems so obvious to you.

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Is it possible to forgive and forget?

February 9th, 2010

What to Do When You Can’t Forgive .

You’ve been betrayed.

Your spouse, the person you once loved and trusted most in the world, took advantage of your confidence and walked all over it leaving you to stew in your sickening feelings of anger, shame, resentment, fear, and maybe even jealousy.

Perhaps your spouse cheated on you, breaking the sacred oath of fidelity that was the foundation of your marriage.

Or maybe your spouse broke faith with you by systematically lying about who he was or what he was doing. Gambling, stealing, drinking excessively, or getting involved in nefarious business dealings are a few examples that come to mind.

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What to Do When You Can’t Forgive

September 8th, 2009

You’ve been betrayed.

Your spouse, the person you once loved and trusted most in the world, took advantage of your confidence and walked all over it leaving you to stew in your sickening feelings of anger, shame, resentment, fear, and maybe even jealousy.

Perhaps your spouse cheated on you, breaking the sacred oath of fidelity that was the foundation of your marriage.

Or maybe your spouse broke faith with you by systematically lying about who he was or what he was doing. Gambling, stealing, drinking excessively, or getting involved in nefarious business dealings are a few examples that come to mind.

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