Overcome the Pain of Affair Memories

July 6th, 2016

If you are an affair victim, you may feel as if you’ve barely survived one of the worst times of your life.

But you have survived. The worst is over, that initial blow, right?

Unfortunately, you may still be living through the worst… being plagued by affair memories can destroy your peace of mind and make it harder to achieve any progress on the road to healing.

How do you break free from this seemingly endless cycle of emotional despondency?

In this blog, we’ll look at the emotionally-laden memories that may be causing you pain, and I’ll give you 3 things you can do to overcome those painful memories so you can begin healing. Please read more…

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Stop the Jealousy (Unconventional Strategy that Works)

December 2nd, 2015

Jealousy can be good for you, or it can make you feel slightly unhinged.

There are two types jealousy: warranted and unwarranted. I don’t want to say “rational” and “irrational” because these have such strong psychological connotations attached, and it may be difficult to admit that your particular brand might just be “irrational”.

That makes it even more difficult to stop the jealousy, and you may already experience a sense of being powerless over it.

I want to help you stop irrational jealousy that could potentially push away your partner by helping you first decipher whether your jealousy is warranted or unwarranted. Then, I will teach you a mind control exercise for stopping jealousy if you find that it has gotten unruly. Keep reading…

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Do You Have What it Takes to Survive the Affair?

October 26th, 2015

Surviving the affair of your spouse is one of the most difficult, challenging things you’ll ever work to accomplish. Are you up to the task?
Cheating causes a depth of painful emotions that is almost impossible to describe—you only realize how deep if you experience it yourself.

Even cheater can go through emotional turmoil thanks to their thoughtless actions.

In this blog, I will provide you with 3 different options for managing those post-affair emotions in a healthy way. It will give you what you need to move forward, survive infidelity and decide if you want to save your marriage. Please read more…

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No Time for Jealousy Post-Affair

October 19th, 2015

Your self-esteem may have taken a very long dive after you found out your spouse was involved with another.

That affair has cost you plenty, in terms of emotional energy, negative thoughts, heart-wrenching memories, and potentially, rampant jealousy over the paramour. Don’t waste your time or energy on jealousy of the other woman or man.

In this blog, I’ll tell you what to pool that energy into—and three steps for taking yourself from emotionally degraded to an emotional font of strength. Please keep reading…

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Barriers to Post-Affair Healing

August 26th, 2015

As the victim of an affair, you may not be sure how to survive an affair, let alone overcome the barriers to healing you’ll encounter along the way. It is said that time is the true healer, but you are swimming in a sea of pain until sufficient time passes.

As the victim of your spouse’s affair, you may wonder if there is a way to make the process of healing go faster, or the formula for moving from this point of pain—or even if what you’re experiencing could be considered normal.

In this blog, you’ll learn how to survive an affair by facing down two monstrous emotions and strategies to cope with these post-affair healing barriers. Please read more…

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Jealousy: Use it to Your Marriage’s Advantage

August 10th, 2015

Jealousy can serve a beneficial purpose, or it can eat you alive and drive away your spouse.

So, what’s the catch to making it beneficial rather than harmful?

In this blog, we’ll explore jealousy: when it’s good, when it’s bad—and when it’s downright destructive. Read on…

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Jealousy: Undermining Marriage-Saving Efforts?

May 20th, 2015

A spouse’s affair can cause you to doubt your worth and flat-line your self-esteem. The betrayal inflicts deep wounds, causing seemingly unceasing psychological turmoil.

As you work to survive the affair, and maybe you’re even trying to save your marriage, you may now watch your cheating spouse’s every move, looking for any sign that he or she is giving attention to someone else.

While some jealousy may be good, those jealous feelings can also backfire and jeopardize your efforts to save your marriage.

In this blog, let’s look at jealousy, and I’ll give you 3 tips on how to wield it wisely. Please read on…

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Health Reasons behind Affair Forgiveness

January 28th, 2015

Infidelity and forgiveness: it’s a very thorny topic.

Just the thought of forgiving a cheating spouse is enough to make an affair victim’s heart race.

But speaking of hearts… forgiveness may offer some health benefits.

In this blog, we’ll look at the idea of forgiveness which is a huge hurdle for many. I will also review a proven alternative to forgiveness-one that has the power to help you reduce your emotional anguish, even if you’re not ready for “forgiving and forgetting.” Please keep reading…

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After the Affair, Picking Up the Pieces

November 4th, 2011

After the affair, you may find yourself still trying to pick up the pieces of your marriage many months later—and not getting anywhere with your spouse.

Your spouse may be resistant to making changes, for whatever reason. And it seems the more you try to make him or her change, the more resistant they become. You are left feeling frustrated, tired and alone—and like no progress has been made at all in saving your marriage.

In this blog, we’ll look at how to go about picking up the pieces after the affair has devastated your life—and move forward to a point where you feel progress really has been made. Keep reading…

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The Two Sides of Marriage Jealousy

October 28th, 2011

Have you ever watched your spouse flirting with someone else and felt your stomach tighten, your jaws clench, and your eyes narrow in furious rage?

You recognize that you’re experiencing that so called “green-eyed” monster – and may fear it’ll get the best of you. In fact, you may find yourself lashing out at your spouse, driving him or her away with your jealous outbursts.

In today’s blog, discover the two sides of jealousy, how one side can be good for a marriage – and how to harness that good side. Keep reading…

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