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Row the Boat – A Metaphor for Affair Recovery

  By Doug A few weeks ago, I couldn’t sleep.  Usually when this happens I either head down to my basement office and start working, or I head to the couch, flip on the TV and hope to find some sort of sporting event I can watch with the sound off so that it puts […]

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the blame for infidelity

Goldi-Child, the Three Bears, and Beds: Who Takes the Blame for Infidelity?

By Sarah P. Sometimes people think I am too hard on the affair partner. There is a backstory as to why, but since people who read this blog do not know me, I have hesitated sharing all of it. After all, the lives of other people are not TV shows where we sit back and […]

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Narcissism: The Difference Between Affair-Driven Narcissism and Narcissistic Personality Disorder

By Sarah P.  When an individual is having an affair and/or in the middle of the affair fog, they often do and say the same things that life-long narcissists do and say. During this period of time, the betrayed spouse is left wondering if they married someone with narcissistic personality disorder. The betrayed spouse will […]

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New Year New You

Taking Inventory: A New Approach to the New Year & A Betrayed Spouse’s Bill of Rights

By Sarah P. Originally, I had planned to write a post about New Year’s resolutions for marriage, but Linda and Doug covered that perfectly. I wanted to cover the change in the new year from a different perspective and the idea of an inventory seemed perfect. This concept is especially helpful regarding the concept of […]

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When Recovering from an Affair

It’s Time for a Christmas Miracle: How to Have a Holiday Truce When Recovering from an Affair

By Sarah P. Despite all the messages that tell us to spread cheer or have a Holly-Jolly Christmas, the holidays can be a very difficult time for many people. Not all families are as happy as television commercials portray and not all Hanukkahs or Christmases inspire feelings of joy and togetherness. When recovering from an […]

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reasons cheaters don’t want to talk about their affair

The Real Reasons Cheaters Don’t Want to Talk About Their Affair

I wanted to piggy-back just a bit off Sarah P’s excellent post from last week and provide you with some more reasons cheaters don’t want to talk about their affair and/or provide the betrayed person with much – if any details. By Doug After all the secrecy and lying that usually comes with having an […]

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Why Don’t Cheaters Leave Their Spouses

Staying Married For the Kids: Is it worth it?

Staying married for the kids is a huge issue for many couples after there has been infidelity.  Does it make sense?  Is it worth it? by Sarah P. As you know, EAJ tends to be a pro-marriage and pro-recovery blog. Doug, Linda, and I tend to believe that if a marriage can be salvageable, a […]

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infidelity and suicide

Infidelity and Suicide

A few years ago a neighbor of ours husband had an affair.  Long story short, they divorced and now he lives with his affair partner.  In fact, we’re not positive but we think they are now married. Well, the other day we were at a party and our neighbor was there as well.  We got to […]

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when there is a child as a result of an affair

When There is a Child as a Result of an Affair

There is a very delicate topic that we have yet to address here on the blog. I’m not really sure why as the subject comes up occasionally and we get emails periodically about it. And the subject is… What do you do when there is a child as a result of an affair? How do […]

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Narcissistic mother in law

A Real Story of a Couple Driven Apart By a Narcissistic Mother-in-Law

This is part one of a three-part series by Sarah P. called, “Three In the Bed:  Narcissistic Mother-in-Laws, Attachment, and How It Affects Your Marriage” Note: After seeing some of the comments about my last article on narcissism, I felt like this would be a timely piece. In this series, I present clinical data about […]

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