The 2 Critical Dimensions to End the Lies

September 9th, 2015

To participate in an affair, your spouse had to lie, whether it was just once or over an extended period of time. The cheater either told deliberate lies, or lied by omission. Either way, a lie is a lie, and it destroys trust.

Maybe now you are considering forgiving your spouse so you can save your marriage. But you are hung up on one very important question: Is my spouse lying to me, or is he/she really telling me the truth now?

In this blog, we’re going to examine lying’s after-effects, as well as 2 critical dimensions needed to rebuild trust and honesty so you can save your marriage and survive the affair. Read on…

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Does Your Marriage Have The Code in Place?

August 12th, 2015

Do you want to save your marriage, but don’t know how to trust your spouse again?

You realize that if you don’t find a way to trust your spouse, it will mean the end of your marriage. You’re stuck: you don’t trust your spouse, and your spouse doesn’t know how to make you believe in them again, and you keep waiting to really know that your spouse is being honest with you.

That’s where your attempts to save your marriage may be struggling most: what you’re focusing on. Read on to learn the basic guidelines for rebuilding trust…

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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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Take A Different Route to Forgiveness

November 11th, 2011

Your spouse betrayed you. Maybe it was infidelity, or maybe they broke faith with you by systematically lying about who they were or what they were doing.

If this describes the current state of your marriage, you are facing one of the most difficult challenges any married person has to cope with. You’re desperately looking for a way to forgive your spouse so you can move on with your life and have the wonderful marriage you have always hoped for.

In today’s blog, I will take you along the road to forgiveness. Whether it is your final destination, only you can decide. But there is one positive stop you can make along the way, and the 3 steps it will take to get there. Read on…

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Trust: Are you on High Alert or Red Alert?

November 10th, 2011

After you discover your spouse has cheated on you, it feels like trust will never again return to your relationship or how to even begin to forgive a cheating spouse. You don’t know how you’ll ever reach that point after all the pain you’ve endured.

As you try to save your marriage, you know you have a lot of uphill traveling to do. And hopefully, you have a spouse who is more than willing to do everything possible to regain your trust. And yet… you don’t know at what point you will be able once again to give your complete trust to your spouse.

In this blog, we’ll look at 3 ways you can begin to let go of suspicion, and once again let your trust flag fly and forgive a cheating spouse. Please keep reading…

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Break the Anger Response and Regain Love

November 9th, 2011

Do you love your spouse? Is the passion you had when you first met each other still there? Do you share a deep connection with each other?

If you answer “I’m not really sure anymore,” or even “No,” – you don’t have to be ashamed. You share a common problem with many other married people. And often, this feeling of having fallen out of love with your spouse is steeped in one very powerful emotion: anger.

In this blog, I will share with you 3 tips for breaking your anger response so you can feel in love with your spouse once again. Keep reading…

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Healing From Infidelity

November 2nd, 2011

Has your spouse broken their vows, ripped your marriage apart and left you reeling—and now you’re struggling to find healing from infidelity?

Do you wonder whether or not you can ever forgive this offense and move on with your marriage, and that healing from infidelity is even possible?

Forgiving a spouse is one of the most challenging issues the victim of an affair has to deal with, which we will look at in today’s blog. Also, I will give you 3 tips to help you in your struggle to obtain the necessary healing from infidelity so you can move forward with your life. Please keep reading…

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Is Your Spouse Still Unfaithful?

October 21st, 2011

Are you haunted by thoughts that your spouse is still unfaithful? Post-affair, questions of “is my spouse still unfaithful” can keep you awake at night, worried that your spouse will cheat again.
Suspicion is natural after an affair. But some suspicions are reasonable and others aren’t. Try to distinguish between the two as you work through your post-affair emotions.
In today’s blog, I want to share with you 3 signs that your marriage may be safe from further infidelity. Please keep reading…

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How to Survive Infidelity: Rebuild Honesty

September 21st, 2011

Marriage Sherpa did a survey recently which uncovered a top expectation women have of their husbands: honesty. The majority of respondents are trying to learn how to survive infidelity, with 94% of those who responded being affair victims.

If you want to know how to survive infidelity, understand that it is a multi-layered process. But one of the most crucial elements for surviving an affair is having honesty in your relationship.

In this blog, I’ll share with you three of the 5 Building Blocks for developing an honest, open, trust-worthy marriage. Keep reading…

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How to Save Your Marriage through Honesty

September 16th, 2011

Most spouses can forgive a lot of shortcomings in a marriage.
But what about lies and deceit?
When we tell anything less than the truth in our relationships, we are asking a lot from our spouse to forgive us, to believe in us, to trust our words and our actions. To save your marriage, you need honesty, truth and openness.
A common question that relationship experts get is, “How can I make my spouse tell the truth?” In this blog, we’ll examine this question, review a child’s fable, and see how to save your marriage by making a change and implementing a method for honesty. Read on…

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