Marriage and Trust: Put a Permanent End to the Web of Lies

January 11th, 2012

Question: What is a marriage without trust?

Answer: Completely unstable.

What you may want most in the world is to rekindle an open, honest relationship with your spouse and be secure in the knowledge that the web of lies and deceit has ended. You want to keep the doors of communication open so you can begin to heal, save your marriage, and allow your marriage a chance to flourish.

But how do you do this? In this blog, we’ll answer that question—a solution in 3 tips. Please read on…

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Marriage Infidelity: 3 Steps to End the Lies

December 16th, 2011

Marriage infidelity introduces ugliness into a relationship well beyond any problems that may have existed there before. When your spouse cheats, the affair victim’s trust has been violated—and you don’t know how you’ll move forward past the marriage infidelity to rebuild your relationship.

You can’t have an intimate, trusting marriage when your spouse lies to you—and continues to do so.

In today’s blog, I offer 3 tips to help rebuild your marriage so you can move on from marriage infidelity and ending the lies. Keep reading…

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Cheating Men: End the Lies

September 23rd, 2011

Cheating men (and women) have one thing in common: they’ve lied to their spouse, if not in word, then most definitely in deed – and their spouse wants to know how to end the lies.

If you have been lied to by your partner, you probably feel devastated. You may be struggling with emotions such as overwhelming anger, sadness, grief and depression, your head whirling with negative thoughts and images.

It’s not uncommon for affair victims to ask how to end the lies that have overtaken their marriage. In this blog, we’ll look at three tips. Read on…

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How to Rebuild Honesty (Part 3): Building a Fence Around Your Marriage

November 10th, 2009

Do you want to know one way affairs often happen? Let me tell you a story.

John and Shirley were friends with Tom and Debbie. Debbie, Tom’s wife, worked in the same office building as John, so they often went out to lunch together.

These lunch meetings weren’t secret. Shirley and Tom both knew about them. In fact, no one thought much of it, because they were all such good friends and the situation seemed “safe.”

One day Debbie met John for lunch in tears. She and Tom were having problems in their marriage. To try and console her, John gave Debbie a hug. The hug went on a few moments too long and Debbie and John both felt a spark.

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