Seething with Post-Affair Anger

March 22nd, 2012

Your spouse cheated, and you are so angry, you don’t know how you’ll ever feel calm, collected and like your old self again. You would settle for just feeling good, rather than having these burning emotions in your heart and gut.

You have every right to be angry. But how do you know when it has crossed the line and become too comfortable?

In this blog, I’ll offer 3 tips for gauging whether or not you’re seething with anger beyond what is healthy for you, and could potentially derail your marriage-saving potential. Keep reading…

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Manage Painful Affair-Related Memories

March 16th, 2012

As an affair victim, you may be struggling to cope with the affair-related memories from that dark episode in your marriage. Even as the days pass, moving you forward on the calendar, it seems the memories aren’t easily released.

The period surrounding that time may have been the worst of your life. If you and your spouse had already grown distant, and then you found out he or she cheated on you, there’s more than just the post-affair emotional trauma to heal from.

In this blog, I am going to guide your understanding of emotionally-laden memories, and provide you with three steps that will help you better cope with those painful post-affair memories. Please keep reading…

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Forgiveness: Is it Possible? (3 Tips)

March 1st, 2012

You can recover from an affair, but is forgiveness necessary for your healing?

If you feel it is something you must be able to do in order to heal, do you know how to forgive after an affair?

In this blog, let’s examine how to forgive after an affair—if it’s at all possible. Also, 3 tips to help you with this question as you work to heal from the affair pain. 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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Business Trips and Rebuilding Trust (3 Ways)

February 8th, 2012

For a cheating spouse, travel can be the perfect excuse to meet up with someone and engage in a one-night stand. For the victim, every trip their spouse takes can create feelings of suspicion, anger, and fear for them.

How can you rebuild your marriage when your spouse travels? How can you maintain honesty when you are sleeping alone at home, and your spouse is in a hotel somewhere?

It is possible to protect and strengthen your marriage – even when you and your spouse are separated by hundreds of miles. In this blog, I’ll give you 3 ways to do it. Keep reading…

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Marriage Problems & Emotional Control

February 2nd, 2012

Many marriage problems are the result of explosive emotional outbursts on the part of one or both spouses. Or, your marriage problem may include never expressing what you’re feeling to one another.

While it’s important to acknowledge the emotions you feel, a balance must be struck so that you and your spouse can use emotions to come closer together—not drive an irreversible wedge between yourselves that kills intimacy.

In today’s blog, we’ll explore how emotions can have an impact on marriage, including its problems. Please keep reading to get 3 valuable tips…

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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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Dealing with Affairs and Forgiveness

January 16th, 2012

Where does forgiveness come from for people dealing with affairs? Is it the rational part of your brain, or is it the emotional part? Or do the two have to join forces?

If your spouse cheated and you’re in the aftermath of dealing with the affair, forgiveness may be the very last thing on your mind. But it’s a question that often comes up for the victim of the
affair, and one that has no easy answer.

In this blog, let’s look at forgiveness and the role of your brain in whether or not you are able to forgive. Read on…

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Cheating Spouses: Why Do They Do It?

December 30th, 2011

Are you desperately trying to understand why cheating spouses do what they do? If so, you aren’t alone. Affair victims almost always ask themselves this question at some point.

If you have gone through the trauma of finding out your spouse cheated, you probably want answers. The most basic question you want an answer to is, “Why?”

In this article I will be exploring an answer to this question. Please read on…

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