Manage Painful Affair-Related Memories

March 16th, 2012

As an affair victim, you may be struggling to cope with the affair-related memories from that dark episode in your marriage. Even as the days pass, moving you forward on the calendar, it seems the memories aren’t easily released.

The period surrounding that time may have been the worst of your life. If you and your spouse had already grown distant, and then you found out he or she cheated on you, there’s more than just the post-affair emotional trauma to heal from.

In this blog, I am going to guide your understanding of emotionally-laden memories, and provide you with three steps that will help you better cope with those painful post-affair memories. Please keep reading…

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How to Forgive After an Affair

November 23rd, 2011

How to forgive after an affair is a complex issue. Many victims of a spouse’s affair are fearful of offering forgiveness when there’s the nightmarish possibility that he or she will do it again.

You want to know how to forgive after an affair so you can move on, but it seems like doing so will leave you vulnerable, and no one wants to feel that degree of vulnerability.

In this blog, we’ll explore how to forgive after an affair, and I’ll offer the steps necessary for you to move past the post-affair anguish and toward a relationship that is happy and full of love once more. Keep reading…

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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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