Did You Get a GOOD Apology? (4 Clues…)

July 20th, 2016

Your partner may have hurt your feelings by saying something unkind. Or worse, maybe your partner betrayed you by having an affair.

And maybe you received an apology of sorts, but you don’t feel as if your partner really got what they did to you. Maybe you doubt their sincerity.

Maybe you question your ability to accept an apology, and you question yourself: “Am I being too picky?”

In this blog, we’ll look at what makes an apology a good one, and I’ll give you 4 clues to look for to help you recognize a good apology when you get it. Read on…

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Reignite Romance in Two Steps

September 14th, 2015

After you’ve learned your spouse has had an affair, you may not want your spouse to touch you—and understandably so. Nothing kills romance quicker between a couple than one of the partner’s cheating on the other.

But maybe you’ve reached the decision that you wish to save your marriage. What is the right time for reigniting romance… and what’s the first step?

In this blog, I’ll give you 2 steps you can take to reignite the romance between you and your spouse as you work to save your marriage. Read on…

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The Post-Affair Anger Remedy

August 24th, 2015

When a betrayal happens in a marriage, such as an affair, it’s only natural that the victim feels angry and bitter. You’re disappointed in your spouse, you can’t get the thoughts about the betrayal out of your mind, and your outlook is negative because of these horrid post-affair thoughts and the wash of dark emotions you’re experiencing.

Who wouldn’t be tired, bitter and angry?

And yet, being tired and angry can isolate you, and also can wear down your health.

In this blog, I’ll give you the post-affair, anti-anger, anti-energy-sap remedy. Read on…

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What Does Forgiveness Mean for YOU?

July 15th, 2015

If your spouse cheated and your marriage is in crisis, your days are more than likely involved with working on saving your marriage.

But the wounds inflicted by the revelation of infidelity may remain deep, with built-up anger and resentment over the breach of trust. You don’t know how you’ll ever get to the point where you are able to move forward and just forgive.

In this blog, let’s examine some of the underlying feelings you may be experiencing and what forgiveness means to you. It may help you become unstuck, if that’s what you are feeling now. Please keep reading…

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Want to Save Your Marriage? Take the Lead.

June 15th, 2015

Your marriage is in crisis, either from an affair, neglect—or a relationship-deadly combination of both.

You may be waiting for your spouse to make a move: let him or her make amends, fix the problems in your marriage, turn things around.

Don’t hold your breath.

In this blog, I’ll tell you why, and give you 3 tips to save your marriage, before you slide into divorce court wondering “what happened?” Please keep reading…

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Forgiveness: Too Much to Ask For?

April 27th, 2015

If your cheating spouse asks for forgiveness, is it too much to ask for?

Many affair victims have mixed feelings about their spouses asking them to forgive their cheating—especially when it is the cause of unfathomable emotional pain.

In this blog, we’ll look at the role of forgiveness and 3 tips for deciding if your spouse is asking you for too much. Read on…

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The 3 Barriers to Forgiveness

March 16th, 2015

One of the most difficult decisions you’ll make post-affair—beyond whether or not to save your marriage—is whether or not to forgive your spouse.

The choice is yours, and there’s no right or wrong. You’ll either want to grant forgiveness, or it will be something you can’t abide the thought of doing.

In this blog, we’ll look at three barriers to forgiveness, if you find yourself stuck. 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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Evaluating the Idea of Forgiveness in Your Marriage

July 6th, 2011

Whether your spouse has said they’re sorry and asked for your forgiveness or not, you may still struggle with the idea of forgiving their heinous, cheating actions.

It’s a thorny question: should you forgive your cheating spouse, or should you not offer them the absolution of your forgiveness? And if they haven’t asked for forgiveness, what does it mean for you?

Read on to determine the answer that fits your situation.

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Start the New Year By Examining “Forgiveness” in Your Marriage

December 28th, 2010

If your spouse cheated and your marriage is in crisis, your New Year’s resolutions more than likely involve saving your marriage.

But the wounds inflicted by the revelation of infidelity may still be fresh, and you have so much anger, you don’t know how you’ll ever get to the point where you are able to move forward.

Your spouse may have said “I’m sorry,” but it rang hollow to you—the words not giving you the closure you thought they would. Or, maybe you are still waiting to hear your spouse express remorse, and you feel your life is on hold until he or she does.

In this blog, you will go through an exercise to help you examine some of the underlying feelings you may be experiencing and what the idea of forgiveness means to you. It may provide you with a new idea of how to move forward into the New Year.

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