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8 Questions to Ask Yourself When Struggling with the Pain of Infidelity

A member of my Facebook Infidelity Support Group shared a beautiful post yesterday, in which she has challenged group members to ask themselves some tough, yet important questions. This group member is someone who has come a very long way … Continue reading

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You’re OK Exactly Where You Are

Part of the healing from infidelity and cheating is being able to “see through” the cheating behavior as the cheating spouse’s problem. Yes, this is easier said than done; especially early in the process of healing and moving on. How … Continue reading

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Infidelity in Marriage: Key Points in Infidelity Recovery

Infidelity in Marriage: More key points about infidelity that help you through recovery. Key Point #2: Infidelity isn’t the end of the world Infidelity is discovered and it feels like your world is coming to an end. Yes, it feels … Continue reading

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Facing the Consequences of Extramarital Affairs

One of the things that always becomes an issue for people who have had extramarital affairs is deciding between telling their partners what they did and keeping it to themselves, which is a decision that only they can make on … Continue reading

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Mid-Life Crisis: What It Can Do to Your Marriage

Mid-life crisis and your marriage. For a lot of relationships, a mid-life crisis could lead to irrational and bad decisions regarding infidelity and other people, and eventually, to divorce. Extramarital affairs are a possibility in every relationship or marriage, no … Continue reading

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Getting Away From the Confusion in Infidelity

“I want to be close to someone” is one of the seven types of affairs,and it is described as the one that brings about the confusion in infidelity the most compared to other six. Here’s what you need to know … Continue reading

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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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Jealousy: A Tool for Stronger Relationships?

What creates stronger relationships? Are there things you can do or practice that will help you and your partner create one? You will be able to find all sorts of different relationship advice posted on the internet that promises to … Continue reading

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Can I Trust Again? Or…Too Much Damage?

This is part 2 of my transcript on trust with Nat. Her second question relates to the amount of damage and her capacity to trust and rebuild. Nat: ┬áPart of that is, is there is a point when there’s been … Continue reading

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