Post-Affair Marriage: Better than Before?

June 3rd, 2015

Your spouse’s cheating can almost destroy the foundation of your marriage.

Despite the devastation, many victims of an affair have a desire to save their marriage. The affair is like a bad dream, a tough obstacle to overcome. An affair victim may think, “I have invested many years with this person—sacrificing, negotiating and accommodating—why should I give all that effort away to someone else? I want things to go back to the way they once were.”

In this post, I’ll show you why going “back” may not be the best direction for you, and give you some steps to move your efforts forward to save your marriage. Please read more…

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Go Ahead—Cheat!

March 2nd, 2015

If you really want to shake up your marriage and get it on the right track—it’s time to have an affair.

Gasp, sputter… what?

In this blog, I’ll explain what I mean, so don’t panic… In addition, I’ll give you 3 tips for rebuilding your marriage, from the ground up if necessary. Please keep reading…

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What to Do When You Suspect Infidelity

March 29th, 2012

Do you suspect your spouse is cheating on you?

Many spouses report having had a “feeling” that their significant other had begun to stray outside of the marriage. It’s a devastating feeling, to suspect infidelity but not know what to do about it.

In this blog, I want to give you tips on what you can do if you suspect infidelity, so you can take steps to repair your marriage while you prepare for the emotional pain you will feel. Read on…

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Quiet the Affair Aftershocks (3 Recommendations)

October 17th, 2011

Overcoming infidelity means the affair victim must hurdle a cluster of emotional torments: namely, negative thoughts and images.

Anyone who is the victim of an affair knows that’s no small hurdle.

In this blog, you’ll learn a negative thought/image control plan. Keep reading…

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Save Your Marriage Post-Affair: Reach an Agreement

November 9th, 2010

Your spouse’s cheating has the effect of pulling the rug out from under you while also crumbling the foundation of your marriage and annihilating your vows to one another.

Despite the devastation, many victims of an affair have a desire to save their marriage, with the affair being just a very excruciating bump in the road. They think, “I have invested many years with this person—sacrificing, negotiating and accommodating—why should I give all that effort away to someone else? I want things to go back to the way they once were.”

In this post, I’ll show you why going “back” maybe isn’t such a hot idea, and give you some steps to get your efforts to save your marriage moving forward toward a stronger, healthier, happier marriage.

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