Has Your Marriage Become Painful?

March 26th, 2012

When people get married, it’s for a variety of reasons. But it’s doubtful that anyone enters the marriage union thinking they’ll be miserable. Most visualize the relationship as a source of ongoing pleasure, closeness and fulfillment.

But maybe your marriage has become a source of pain for you.

In this blog, I will give you three tips on what you can do to get your marriage back on a winning course, whether you’re recovering from an affair or simply feel a great deal of distance from your spouse. Please keep reading…

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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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What Makes a Good Apology? 4 Key Elements.

March 8th, 2012

If your partner has done the unimaginable, such as have an affair, what makes an apology from him or her a good one, that allows you to heal from the pain and rebuild your marriage?

There’s an art to an apology—and not everyone is good at it. There are even some people who are incapable of apologizing: it would simply cost them too much to admit to being wrong.

In this blog, we’ll explore the art of the apology, and I’ll offer you some ideas on how to recognize a good apology: it includes 4 key elements. Please keep reading…

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Why Do Men Cheat? Top Reason Given.

February 27th, 2012

Affair victims are plagued by the question, “Why do men cheat?”

It’s a hand-wringing type of question, and if you are an affair victim, you know this question well. It may plague you as you search for the answer that explains the unexplainable to you.

In this blog, we’ll look at what the top reason is for why men cheat—and women, too. I’ll also give you 3 tips on how to recover from your spouse’s affair. Read on…

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Confronting a Suspected Cheater

February 20th, 2012

You may have a sixth sense that something isn’t quite right with your spouse, and you may suspect he/she is cheating. Your gut is telling you… something is off.

Maybe your spouse is sprucing up a bit more before going to work. Or, they’ve gone from a depressive state to elated—for no apparent reason.

If you suspect your spouse is cheating, you may feel torn about confronting them with your suspicions. In this blog, I’ll give you three considerations for confronting the issue—and your spouse—head on. Keep reading…

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Cheaters, Your Heart’s at Risk

February 6th, 2012

Besides the moral and ethical considerations, a cheater should also be selfish and think about something near and dear to them before they carry on an affair: their heart.

I’m not talking about their romantic heart—which they may very well break when they realize the big mistake they’ve made. No, this is a different type of break: the actual physical risk they expose their heart to.

In this blog, we’ll look at an affair’s one possible health risk, and 3 tips for building an important element back into your own marriage. Keep reading…

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Getting Over Cheating: Make Marriage Better

January 25th, 2012

You and your spouse may be working at getting over cheating that has occurred in your marriage, but inside you’re wondering: “Can our marriage go back to what it used to be?”

The question you may want to ask instead is, “Do I really want my marriage to go back to what it used to be?”

In this blog, you’ll learn the three ingredients for making your marriage better than it ever was before. Keep reading…

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Saving a Marriage: Does Your Spouse Still Love You?

January 13th, 2012

If your spouse has cheated on you, one question that you may have asked yourself is, “Does my spouse still love me?” You wonder how to go about saving a marriage that may lack love.

You look at it from your perspective: you love your husband or wife, and you could never cheat on him or her and cause them that kind of pain. So, if your spouse really loved you, how could they do this to you?

In this blog, I will give you some insight about the relationship between cheating and love of a spouse, and offer you two steps on how to think about the question of whether or not your spouse loves you. Read on…

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Eliminate Mistrust (in 3 Steps)

January 6th, 2012

You find out your spouse cheated, and suddenly you’re wondering what else is a lie. Is your relationship really what you thought? Have they been sleeping around more than they’ve admitted to? What else are they into?

As the victim of your spouse’s affair, you’re in torment, trying to find out what’s right, what’s wrong—and how to survive this devastation.

In this blog, I’ll help you overcome the horrible mistrust that has occurred due to the affair using 3 steps for setting a new course in your marriage. Read on…

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Surviving Affair Trauma: 3 Steps To End Suspicion

January 4th, 2012

So you no longer trust your spouse while you are also working on surviving affair trauma. He or she cheated, and every time they leave the house, you wonder whether they’re contacting the paramour.

Your spouse is late coming home, doesn’t answer their phone, or takes up a new hobby—and you experience a series of images that flash through your mind like a horror film.

Suspicion is eating you alive. In this blog, I’ll help you cope with these feelings as you work on healing and surviving affair trauma, offering you a tool and 3 tips for using it. Keep reading…

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