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Unsatisfying Sex in Extramarital Affairs: Yes, It Is Possible

I have worked with several people who had engaged in extramarital affairs, most of whom have said that they deeply regret being unfaithful to their partners and feel awful over what they did. There are two cases, in particular, where … Continue reading

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Confronting Infidelity: Why You Should Know the Details of the Affair

Why is it important for you to be confronting infidelity? Finding out that your spouse is having an affair would make anyone go crazy, and one way that becomes a helpful way to cope and deal with it is by … Continue reading

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Understanding the Seven Different Types of Affairs

What are the seven different types of affairs? How do they begin and how do they develop? Having a deeper knowledge of the types of affairs will help you understand your partner’s actions better. Knowing why your husband or wife … Continue reading

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The Key to Moving Forward After the Affair

Are there things we can do to make sure that we are moving forward after our partner’s infidelity? What are these things? Going through infidelity is difficult for everyone, no matter the situation, and moving forward from a situation like … Continue reading

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Details of the Affair: Why Isn’t He/She Telling Me?

How important is it to know the details of the affair? When infidelity occurs in the marriage, it is common for the victim to demand to know the details of the affair – asking what happened, when, where and how … Continue reading

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Discovering Internet Infidelity

More responses from the survey. Leave your comments below, please. My wife has had an ongoing affair that fits the profile of “immature relationship – unfinished business” with a guy she met at a party who “friend-ed” her on Facebook. … Continue reading

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Traditional Self Help is Limited – Part 3

Here are some responses from my readers to the list I posted previously about self help strategies (I listed 8) being limited: I think many people, me included, know that all that lovey-dovey crap isn’t going to help them through … Continue reading

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Speaking your “Voice” to Your Spouse – Part 2

Here are some more key points about using your personal power and speaking your voice to your spouse: You need not be loud and when you speak your voice. A quiet, calm, yet coming from within you voice, holds the … Continue reading

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Traditional Self Help is Limited – Part 2

Here are 4 more self help strategies: You must get marriage counseling. Please know that I’ve had a private practice as a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist since 1981. Not all marriage counseling is equal. There are inherent contradictions that … Continue reading

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Getting Him/Her to “Talk” Part 2

Here are some other points to consider when trying to engage or getting your spouse to “talk”: A series of Engagements, each building positively on the other, create a framework for the possibility of warmth, acceptance, love and romance (if … Continue reading

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