Post-Affair Marriage: Better than Before?

June 3rd, 2015

Your spouse’s cheating can almost destroy the foundation of your marriage.

Despite the devastation, many victims of an affair have a desire to save their marriage. The affair is like a bad dream, a tough obstacle to overcome. An affair victim may think, “I have invested many years with this person—sacrificing, negotiating and accommodating—why should I give all that effort away to someone else? I want things to go back to the way they once were.”

In this post, I’ll show you why going “back” may not be the best direction for you, and give you some steps to move your efforts forward to save your marriage. Please read more…

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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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Conflict: The Key to Saving Your Marriage

September 19th, 2011

If you’re avoiding conflict with your spouse in an attempt to save your marriage – STOP.

The arguing isn’t the issue, and avoiding going head to head may be doing more harm than good.

In today’s blog, I’ll share with you how conflict holds the secret to saving your marriage. Read on…

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