How Much Should You Tell About Relationship Problems?

May 2nd, 2016

When we’re hurting or struggling in our relationship with our partner, there’s a natural inclination to want to talk to others about that pain.

Talking with friends and family is a coping mechanism for dealing with emotional pain… they are, after all, your support network. But where should the line be when it comes to discussing the more intimate details of your relationship problems?

You may want to think it through before you decide to confide in your support network.

In this blog, we’ll look at the pluses and the minuses of confiding in others, and 2 tips for securing the type of support that works best for you. Read on…

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Are You Sure You Want a Divorce?

September 28th, 2015

If you recently found out your spouse cheated, you may feel that’s it: you want a divorce.

Whether a divorce is right for you is something only you can answer.

In this blog, we’ll look at why the decision shouldn’t be made in the early days of the post-affair revelation, and 3 steps for making your choice. Read on…

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Picking Up the Pieces Post-Affair (Build This)

April 29th, 2015

When your spouse cheats, an immediate rift appears between the two of you.

Even in the absence of an affair, a marriage bond can unravel when both spouses aren’t committed to maintaining, strengthening and building their emotional connection with each other. If your spouse has cheated, this connection suffers a devastating rupture.

In this blog, we’ll look at what it takes to repair the emotional connection and 3 rules you can use. Please keep reading…

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The 3 Steps for Ending Post-Affair Negative Thinking

April 15th, 2015

Would you like to heal from your spouse’s infidelity and the horrible negative thoughts that come with it?

When you learn that your spouse cheated on you, you are hit with a barrage of negative thoughts. At first, you’re in shock, unable to think anything. Next, dozens of questions, like a swarm of stinging hornets, invade your brain. Negative thoughts invade your mind, threatening to sweep away your sense of stability, faith in humankind, and hope for the future.

In this post, I’ll give you 3 steps you’ll need to survive the negative thoughts threatening to take over your life and give you back a sense of peace. Read on…

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How to Get Over an Affair by Controlling Your Mind

February 28th, 2011

Many people injured by their spouse’s affair say they feel like they’re losing their mind.

In a sense, you are—but it’s not permanent. What you’ve really lost is temporary control of your own thoughts. You’ve been dealt an emotional and psychological blow: you found out that the person you love and trust has committed adultery—and it has hit you like a punch to the gut. Your mind is overrun with negative thoughts, leaving you feeling exhausted, miserable and unhappy.

You’ve been broadsided by the revelation of the affair, and you need time to process this completely unexpected turn in your relationship. In this blog, I’ll share with you some ways to get your thoughts back under your control, and put an end to those negative thoughts.

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The 3 Rules to Survive Infidelity and the Emotional Connection Rupture

October 12th, 2010

One critical element in surviving infidelity and healing your marriage is to repair and deepen your emotional connection with your spouse.

A marriage bond can break when both spouses aren’t committed to continually working to maintain, strengthen and build their connection to one another. And if your spouse has cheated, this connection suffers a devastating rupture.

Launch these 3 rules today to begin healing the rupture to your emotional connection with your spouse.

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