Cope with Affair Obsessing

January 26th, 2015

Upon learning of your spouse’s affair, you’ve suffered enormous, life-altering news. You can and will heal from the damage the affair revelation has caused, but it’s difficult to believe that’s possible right now when you are feeling so traumatized.

You may begin to fear you’re stuck forever with these obsessive affair thoughts.

You’ve been betrayed, and it can cause obsessing about your spouse’s affair so that you feel sick over it. In this blog, I’ll offer you 3 steps to make the obsessing stop so you can reclaim some peace of mind. Read on…

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How to Survive Infidelity: Rebuild Honesty

September 21st, 2011

Marriage Sherpa did a survey recently which uncovered a top expectation women have of their husbands: honesty. The majority of respondents are trying to learn how to survive infidelity, with 94% of those who responded being affair victims.

If you want to know how to survive infidelity, understand that it is a multi-layered process. But one of the most crucial elements for surviving an affair is having honesty in your relationship.

In this blog, I’ll share with you three of the 5 Building Blocks for developing an honest, open, trust-worthy marriage. Keep reading…

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Surviving an Affair: How to Handle Thoughts about the Affair

August 31st, 2011

Your spouse created a tangled web of deceit, pain and suffering with which you’ve lived every minute after learning of the affair.

Once you were broadsided with the awful affair revelation, you may have been so thrown off, you began to demand all the details – and got them.

Now what? Your thoughts are overrun with those details, haunting you day after day, night after night. Here are 3 methods for regaining control of your mind, banishing those affair thoughts and healing. Keep reading…

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