Category Archives: Self Care

Finding Strength in the Midst of Infidelity and Tragedy

A woman endures one heartbreak after another as her husband cheats, leaves her, then tragically dies in a car accident. Through it all, she remained strong for her children. Continue reading

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Holiday Tip #2: There is No Shame in Getting Help

Dr. Huizenga, The Infidelity Coach discusses getting the appropriate help for those who are facing marriage problems and find it difficult to cope during the holidays. Continue reading

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To Tell or Not to Tell….That is the Question

A huge issue most face when confronted with an unfaithful partner is whether or not to tell their friends. Read the story of a person who opened up to friends about her husband’s infidelity and was surprised by the positive responses she received. Continue reading

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Extramarital Affairs Make Some Stronger

One woman’s story about the heartache and survival of her extramarital affair experience. Continue reading

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Sticking to a Routine Can Help Ease the Pain of Infidelity

A real life infidelity survival story in which the wounded spouse found comfort in working and seeking the advice of her support network. Continue reading

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Free Yourself From Emotional Suffering and Infidelity in 7 Steps

Learn the seven steps you can take to free yourself from the emotional pain caused by an unfaithful partner. Continue reading

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Break Free From Emotional Suffering

Move through the pain and learn how to Break Free from emotional suffering of infidelity. Continue reading

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Infidelity Fears Exist Under Your Pain and Agony Once You Bump Into D-Day (day of discovery)

Did the discovery of infidelity uncover fears? Find out how to deal with that fear from Dr. Robert Huizenga, The Infidelity Coach. Continue reading

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Marriage is Like a Horse Race

A little humor and much bad language comparing marriage to a horse race. Continue reading

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Surviving Infidelity: 2 Case Studies

surviving infidelity, the challenge that it is, offers healing from the affair and possibilities to survive the affair and rebuild the marriage. Continue reading

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