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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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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Getting Over Cheating: Make Marriage Better

January 25th, 2012

You and your spouse may be working at getting over cheating that has occurred in your marriage, but inside you’re wondering: “Can our marriage go back to what it used to be?”

The question you may want to ask instead is, “Do I really want my marriage to go back to what it used to be?”

In this blog, you’ll learn the three ingredients for making your marriage better than it ever was before. Keep reading…

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After the Affair: Is Your Marriage Kaput?

January 20th, 2012

Your marriage may have had ups and downs, and you’ve weathered a lot of rocky terrain together as a couple.

But if your spouse has cheated, after the affair you’re wondering: is it over for us?

Coping with an affair (or other traumatic event in your marriage) is one of the most difficult emotional experiences you can experience. In this blog, we’ll look at the difficult question of whether or not your marriage is over, and 3 steps to help you in your decision. Please read on…

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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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Cheating Spouses: Why Do They Do It?

December 30th, 2011

Are you desperately trying to understand why cheating spouses do what they do? If so, you aren’t alone. Affair victims almost always ask themselves this question at some point.

If you have gone through the trauma of finding out your spouse cheated, you probably want answers. The most basic question you want an answer to is, “Why?”

In this article I will be exploring an answer to this question. Please read on…

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Save Your Marriage Using a Little-Acclaimed Secret Ingredient

September 28th, 2011

When marriages suffer, there is one problem cropping up
over and over again. It’s a problem that many people fail
to address, and it’s one that often ends up destroying the
marriage. The problem is simply this:

A lack of fun.

Having fun with your partner is one of the most important
aspects of your relationship. Dating and having a good time
is what brought you together in the first place. If you’re
wondering why your relationship isn’t full of the passion
and joy you used to have, it may very well be that you have
let the fun die.

And when the fun dies, the entire relationship often goes

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How to Save My Marriage? – The Answer Inside

August 17th, 2011

Your marriage is either struggling mightily, or it’s experiencing the dark season of an affair. You are distraught, wondering if your marriage can survive the damage.

It’s easy to get caught in a vortex of negativity. After all, you are experiencing what is probably one of the most negative timeframes of your life – it’s normal to see your relationship and your life through a very dark lens at this time.

But doing so may lead you, and your spouse, to ask the wrong question about your marriage – and this could derail your marriage-saving efforts. In this blog, we’ll look at the wrong, and the right, question – and three steps to help get your marriage back on track. Keep reading…

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How to Save Your Marriage Despite Conflicts

August 10th, 2011

You’re trying to rescue your marriage from the brink of divorce, and you seem to be treading water and going under. You and your spouse have vicious fights, and you feel it’s causing even more damage to your already shaky marriage.

Is it time to call in the divorce lawyer and end your marriage?

Hold the phone. In this blog, learn how fighting can actually save your marriage – and tips for getting through those tough, emotionally-laden arguments.

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3 Red Flags Your Marriage-Saving Effort is Failing

July 27th, 2011

Either you or your spouse has had an affair, and it has devastated your marriage. Now, the mistake of the affair has been acknowledged, and you both wish to salvage what’s left of your relationship.

It’s not an easy fix. Many days you’ll feel as if it’s two steps back for every one step forward.

How do you gauge whether your rebuilding efforts are on track, or whether your efforts are doomed to failure? I’ll give you three red flags to be on the alert for which could signal the derailment of you and your spouse’s best efforts to save your marriage. To learn what those red flags are – and how to sidestep them – read more…

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