Surviving the Affair: Heartbreaking Images

February 16th, 2012

In surviving the affair that your spouse engaged in, you may wonder if you’ll be able to survive the nightmarish images.
One of the most difficult things to believe is that these images will eventually fade with time. They’re so raw right now… how is that possible?
In this blog, we’ll look at what is feeding these images, and 3 steps to begin banishment of affair-related images in your efforts for surviving the affair.
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Genetic Predisposition to Cheat?

February 13th, 2012

If there were a test you could take to see if your spouse (and you) has a genetic predisposition to cheat… would you make your spouse take it?

This is a really difficult question to answer. On the one hand, everyone likes assurances in life, if you can get them. On the other hand, possessing such knowledge could drive you insane, right?

In this blog, we’ll explore some potential new genetic testing that could become available, the dangers of such testing, and 3 tips to avoid thinking you’d ever need such a test. Read on…

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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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Cheaters, Your Heart’s at Risk

February 6th, 2012

Besides the moral and ethical considerations, a cheater should also be selfish and think about something near and dear to them before they carry on an affair: their heart.

I’m not talking about their romantic heart—which they may very well break when they realize the big mistake they’ve made. No, this is a different type of break: the actual physical risk they expose their heart to.

In this blog, we’ll look at an affair’s one possible health risk, and 3 tips for building an important element back into your own marriage. Keep reading…

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An Affair’s Pain: Seeing the Other Woman

February 1st, 2012

The pain of spousal affairs is legendary: you’re heartbroken, sick with doubt, fear, mistrust, insecurity and anger. What if you’re in a situation where you actually see the “other woman?”

It’s hard to rebuild your marriage if you’re in a position of having to cross paths with the other woman. It’s like opening the wound, over and over again, creating yet new affair images to haunt you.

In this blog, I want to help you cope with this type of situation that many victims of affairs are faced with: seeing the other woman, and not being able to relocate to get away. I’ll give you three steps to take in such a situation. Read more…

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To Save Marriage, Do This…

January 26th, 2012

A lot of people equate the idea of “save marriage” with “give more.” One or the other spouse will claim that they give, give, and give some more—while their spouse takes, takes, takes and neglects to give back.

This can lead to resentment and blaming of the spouse that is perceived as being neglectful—a mindset that can undo even the best save-marriage efforts.

In this blog, you’ll discover three steps to stop giving until you bleed in order to save your marriage. Keep reading…

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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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Cheaters Never Win: The Tally of Loss

January 9th, 2012

There’s a saying that “cheaters never win and winners never cheat.” Yet, many spouses cheat and think they’re going to somehow win it all—their home life plus something “fun” on the side.

As the victim of a cheater, you are actually in a better frame of mind than your cheating spouse: you can see how he or she will one day wake up and realize just how badly they’ve lost.

In this blog, we’ll explore how you can strengthen yourself and survive your tally of loss while your spouse still has their feet in a fantasy world. Keep reading…

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Eliminate Mistrust (in 3 Steps)

January 6th, 2012

You find out your spouse cheated, and suddenly you’re wondering what else is a lie. Is your relationship really what you thought? Have they been sleeping around more than they’ve admitted to? What else are they into?

As the victim of your spouse’s affair, you’re in torment, trying to find out what’s right, what’s wrong—and how to survive this devastation.

In this blog, I’ll help you overcome the horrible mistrust that has occurred due to the affair using 3 steps for setting a new course in your marriage. Read on…

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Surviving Affair Trauma: 3 Steps To End Suspicion

January 4th, 2012

So you no longer trust your spouse while you are also working on surviving affair trauma. He or she cheated, and every time they leave the house, you wonder whether they’re contacting the paramour.

Your spouse is late coming home, doesn’t answer their phone, or takes up a new hobby—and you experience a series of images that flash through your mind like a horror film.

Suspicion is eating you alive. In this blog, I’ll help you cope with these feelings as you work on healing and surviving affair trauma, offering you a tool and 3 tips for using it. Keep reading…

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