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Lessons From the End of a Marriage

A “How to Thrive” Guide After Divorce

After the Affair: How Much Should You Talk About It?

The affair has been uncovered. The decision has been made to try to save the relationship. There’s a constant tension though – the one who has been betrayed feels the need to talk about it all of the time (“I want you to understand the pain you have put me through”) and the one whoContinue reading “After the Affair: How Much Should You Talk About It?”

The 5 Types of Apologies Cheaters Use

They’re been caught cheating. Or, they decided to come clean about the affair. Some of the first words out of their mouth are, “I’m sorry.“ You want desperately to believe those words, to believe that they feel true remorse for the pain they have caused you. Yet, past event shave also proven to you thatContinue reading “The 5 Types of Apologies Cheaters Use”

How I Recovered From Spousal Abandonment and Betrayal

Are you struggling with recovery from abandonment or betrayal? I wish there was a recipe for healing after the demise of a marriage – add these ingredients, sift out these elements, let the concoction rest for a specified period of time and then apply heat to set it in place. But divorce is not soContinue reading “How I Recovered From Spousal Abandonment and Betrayal”

After Being Cheated On: Distinguishing Between Fears and Warnings

“I never want to go through that again,” I think we all say after being cheated on once we’re through the initial whitewater of the discovery that bashes us upon the rocks. We examine our memories for the missed clues about the affair and we scan the horizon carefully, looking for signs of another impendingContinue reading “After Being Cheated On: Distinguishing Between Fears and Warnings”

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