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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The 3 Steps for Regaining Security, Post-Affair

March 25th, 2015

Presently, after the affair, your world may feel untethered. You may have lost a sense of security that your marriage once provided and the feel of a firm foundation beneath you.

Perhaps you have a family to consider, children who could be negatively impacted by your cheating spouse’s decisions. You have your marriage to consider, asking yourself whether you should try to save your marriage. You may also have a job to juggle—your emotional pain and turmoil throwing off your ability to focus.

In this blog, I’ll tell you why it’s essential that you focus on yourself, and provide some steps you can take to dig deep and regain a sense of security that can only be found in you. Read on…

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Spouse Cheated: Now, What’s Best for You?

March 18th, 2015

Your spouse’s infidelity has provided you with something you didn’t expect: a chance to stop, take stock of your life, define what your needs are, discover who you are—and whether or not it’s who you want to be.

As a married person, life is usually too hectic, on a cycle of day-in, day-out, and you don’t think about your life and whether you or on track for what you want. An affair is a jolt to your world, forcing you to look at things with fresh eyes.

In this post, I’ll share with you the 3 steps you should take before you can take optimum advantage of this opportunity for self-discovery. Read on…

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Forgiveness, with a Side of Grudge

February 16th, 2015

Have you told your cheating spouse you forgive him/her, only… you still harbor a colossal-sized grudge?

It’s not unusual for an affair victim to try to rush the healing process, only to move even further apart from their spouse rather than toward reconciliation.

In this blog, we’ll look at forgiveness and grudges—and whether you may have jumped to forgive too soon. Also, I’ll give you 3 tips to gauge whether or not you’re ready to forgive. Read on…

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Post-Affair: Choose Your Confidantes Wisely

February 11th, 2015

Your spouse cheated, and you are overwhelmed with negative thoughts and feelings. You may feel that if you don’t confide in someone, you may explode from the internal pressure and strife.

Before you share your spouse’s wrong-doing with other people, think twice.

In this blog, I’ll go over the danger of confiding the details of your spouse’s infidelity to friends and family, and how it could hurt your chances for saving your marriage. Read more…

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Time To Release Your Grudge Against Cheating Spouse?

March 15th, 2012

If your spouse cheated on you some time ago, are you still holding a grudge?

When a spouse betrays you, it can cause you to feel emotions you didn’t know you had, thoughts you didn’t realize you were capable of—and even alter your personality because of the blow you received.

However, if you want to save your marriage, you know at some point, you need to let go of any grudges you’re holding.

In this blog, we’ll look at what holding a grudge against a cheating spouse is really about, and 3 steps for moving forward. Read on…

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Communicate About Affair Feelings

March 12th, 2012

So you and your spouse can’t seem to talk about the affair without a major emotional blow-up happening each time.

That’s perfectly understandable. At the same time, you know you’re stuck in a relationship limbo until you can communicate your feelings about the affair. Once you feel you’ve gotten your feelings across and release some of the pain, maybe you can move forward and start to rebuild your marriage.

In this blog, I’ll offer you 3 tips for communicating about the affair so you can find some pain relief. Please keep reading….

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Healing from Infidelity: 3 Steps to Empowerment

December 8th, 2011

Healing from infidelity means getting your own two feet solidly beneath you once again.

But healing from infidelity may seem unfathomable to you at the moment: what about all of this post-affair pain you’re going through?

In this blog, I want to provide you with 3 steps toward post-affair empowerment so that healing from infidelity takes place sooner rather than later. Please keep reading…

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Affair Flashbacks: Getting Over Infidelity in 3 Steps

November 28th, 2011

If you’ve been having post-affair flashbacks, you know that getting over infidelity can be a harrowing ordeal.

Memories of hearing the devastating news—or finding evidence of the affair, intertwine with images and heart-wrenching emotions to form a living nightmare.

In this blog, I will help you move past the nightmare of affair flashbacks and learn the 3 essential steps for getting over infidelity. Read on…

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When Post-Affair Communication Stalls…

July 13th, 2011

Communicating with your spouse may have been an issue prior to your spouse’s affair. Maybe you had arguments that became heated, best described as the “knock down, drag out” variety with no holds barred.

After the shock of finding out your spouse cheated, and the emotional upheaval that has left you reeling – communication may be at a standstill. Either you aren’t communicating at all, or worse: your communication is nothing but arguments and confrontation, where both sides are digging in, entrenched in their need to be “right.” When you argue with your spouse, it may feel as if you’re defending your very life.

Find out what may be causing your communication to stall – now when, more than ever, you need to communicate well in order to rebuild your marriage, and what a leading researcher has found that can turn around the dismal communication between you and your spouse…

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