After the Affair: Is Your Marriage Kaput?

January 20th, 2012

Your marriage may have had ups and downs, and you’ve weathered a lot of rocky terrain together as a couple.

But if your spouse has cheated, after the affair you’re wondering: is it over for us?

Coping with an affair (or other traumatic event in your marriage) is one of the most difficult emotional experiences you can experience. In this blog, we’ll look at the difficult question of whether or not your marriage is over, and 3 steps to help you in your decision. Please read on…

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Coping with an Affair and Anger (3 Reco’s)

January 19th, 2012

In coping with an affair, the affair victim can go through intense periods of anger.

Does this describe you?

At times, you may feel pure rage welling up inside of you. It’s a frightening, sickening feeling—but it’s a natural response to being betrayed. You have a right to be angry.

In this blog, we’ll look at how coping with an affair and anger may be natural, but how to begin to release the anger. I’ll give you 3 recommendations today. Keep reading…

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Control Your Thoughts

April 27th, 2010

“Fifteen years I’ve invested in this marriage,” said Joe. “Fifteen years, and then I come to find out she’s had an affair with her old high school squeeze. It’s not bad enough to think you’re happy all those years, but then to get socked with something like that? Not to mention, my mind no longer feels like it’s my own. Everything I think now seems to come with its own dark cloud. Over and over in my head-it’s like a funeral in there. I’d like to be happy, like I was. Or thought I was. And that’s just it. How am I supposed to think things are going to get better, when my head is stuck in this pool of negativity? I feel like I’m losing my mind.”

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