Here's What Every Unfaithful Person Must Do to Help Their Spouse Get Over Their Affair
Save the Marriage, Restore the Trust and Earn Forgiveness
Hello! Doug here.
I’ve been talking a lot lately to betrayed spouses (BS) all over the globe about their struggles since their partner’s affair.
Not too long ago, after hanging up from a call with a BS who was incredibly lost and in so much pain due to her husband’s total disrespect, misguided blame and emotional abuse resulting from his multiple affairs - I became quite mad.
I was mad about the treatment this poor person was receiving from a husband who at one time loved and cared for her.
Unfortunately, in this instance, it appears that it is too late no matter what he does, as this particular BS had decided that enough is enough. She was beaten down to a point where she decided to file for divorce.
Anyways, later that evening when Linda got home, I told her about the call and we both agreed that there are just some unfaithful spouses who don’t get it, and they never will get it no matter what transpires.
But we also agreed that there are many unfaithful spouses who are on the other end of the spectrum...
Sure, they made a mistake, but when it was discovered they immediately were remorseful, they ended the affair and started to make amends and did whatever it took to help their spouse and marriage heal.
Now, the overwhelming percentage of unfaithful spouses that we deal with seem to fall somewhere in the middle.
Yes, they too made their share of mistakes, but deep down they are good people and they realize they need to do better and turn things around.
It's just that somewhere along the way they get off track, they get lost and they don’t know what to do or what to say. They may waffle back and forth between their fantasies and their spouse.
Or perhaps they just want to ‘move on’ and try to sweep the whole episode under a rug so as to save themselves from further guilt and shame.
I know I’m leaving out a whole bunch of other possibilities, but I think you get the picture.
This is the type of person who we feel we can best help.
After all, I was that person several years ago, so I know exactly how it feels and what was going through my thick head at the time.
So where am I going with all of this?
The Cheater Must Now Become the Healer!
From experience and interaction with others in the same boat, we have been able to identify certain behaviors on the part of the cheater that can either lead to success or failure at recovery and healing from an affair.
In general, what we have found is that the cheater must now become the healer.
They are the key to affair recovery and to their spouse’s healing.
It seems like such an easy thing to do, but for some reason the cheater either refuses to give the betrayed spouse what it is they’re most longing for or they simply just don’t know what it is they need to be doing on a consistent basis.
Through our work with other couples we became so frustrated from hearing story after story of cheaters who refuse to help at all with their partner’s affair recovery and healing, wondering why their partner just can’t “get over it,” that we decided to do something about it…
We went to work. We researched. We interviewed experts. We surveyed readers.
We Determined There Are At Least 24 'tasks' the Unfaithful Person Must Perform so That They Can Become the Healer:
- Stop all contact with the other person – forever
- Be sensitive when your partner suffers from a trigger
- Stop being so selfish
- Take responsibility for your actions – and inactions
- Stop trying to always be in control
- Have some patience
- Be trustworthy
- Talk about things
- Be honest
- Show remorse and apologize
- Acknowledge the depth of the pain that your affair brought to your marriage
- Educate yourself about affairs and relationships
- Figure out for yourself why you did what you did
- Be thoughtful and reassuring
- Stop being so defensive
- Be loving and supportive
- Stop thinking that the grass is always greener somewhere else
- Listen – really listen
- Stop blaming your spouse for your affair
- Make your life and everything you do an open book
- Check your anger at the door
- Get some counseling or therapy
- Ask your spouse what he/she needs from you on a regular basis
- Gratitude or gratefulness
If you are the betrayed spouse, chances are you need the exact same things from your spouse.
Linda sure did!
Introducing...The Unfaithful Person's Guide to Helping Your Spouse Heal From Your Affair
Let's face it...
Most unfaithful spouses don't have a clue what to do after they've been caught cheating. Typically, they deny, lie, continue to betray - and want everything to just go away asap.
Therefore, we've put together a step-by-step program that is packed full of content that will provide the unfaithful person (and their spouse) some direction and advice on what to do that actually helps in the healing process.
Something so you (or your spouse) would stop blindly doing what he/she “thinks” is right and start doing what really works to help heal - and earn back trust.
The material draws from our experience, the experiences of other unfaithful and betrayed persons, as well as the professional expertise of a seasoned therapist.
Inside the Mind of the Unfaithful: Understanding Why Cheaters Do What They Do
This is a program that was created from a discussion I had with another ex-unfaithful, Tim - who just so happens to now be a counselor specializing in infidelity recovery.
It not only sheds some light on what the unfaithful was/is thinking for the benefit of the betrayed spouse, but it will also help the unfaithful person gain some more insight into their own actions and thought processes.
The program includes the following:
Manual and Audio Recording
There is a 43-page manual along with an Audio version that lasts about 57 minutes.
Again, this gives you the flexibility of reading or listening to the discussion at your leisure.
2 Informative Guides
How to Confront a Cheating Spouse – A hard-hitting guide written by a betrayed spouse who has experienced confronting his wife after he discovered her affair. He shares his advice and guidelines for confronting the unfaithful spouse in a way that produces desired results.
The Most Common Mistakes Made by Both the Unfaithful and the Betrayed Spouses after Infidelity – This guide contains 48 of the myriad of mistakes that we (and many readers) feel we made over the course of our recovery.
A Selection of 5 Audios with Transcripts from the Affair Recovery Group Sessions
We've selected 5 appropriate audios and transcripts for the unfaithful spouse to listen and/or read that are from the Affair Recovery Group sessions with Marriage and Family Therapist, Jeff Murrah.
In all, they encompass just over 4 hours of audio listening, and delve into the following topics:
- Managing and Coping With the Fantasy of Infidelity
- Discussion between Linda, Doug and Jeff Murrah on the fantasy aspects of infidelity.
- Linda and Doug talk more about overcoming the fantasies inherent in an affair.
- The three of us cover a variety of cheater/affair partner/ betrayed spouse dynamics during an affair.
- A discussion about everything related to the "Affair Fog."
(Note: The recordings are from telephone conversations with Jeff and therefore are not studio quality. That is why we have also provided the written transcripts.)
Understanding Your Betrayed Spouse
If the unfaithful person can put the affair permanently behind them, feel as if they can freely express their remorse and shame for their unfaithfulness, and if they can commit to supporting their spouse through their excruciating anguish, then there is an excellent chance of rebuilding from the disaster they’ve wrought to their marriage.
This 14-page, no-nonsense guide goes over many of the do’s and don’ts for the unfaithful spouse after their affair, as well as what they can expect from the betrayed spouse. It is intended to help the unfaithful spouse help their partner, and in turn themselves, through this horrible time and jump-start their journey to recovery.
A Survival Guide for the Unfaithful
A 45-page booklet containing a collection of ten articles from our site that are a must read for every unfaithful person.
The articles are not meant to berate or punish the cheater, but instead are meant to help them gain a better understanding of the betrayal and lead them towards better decision making and providing greater assistance in the healing process.
One Half-Hour Telephone Mentoring Session with Doug
I (Doug) have set aside a few hours each day (not weekends) to mentor you - to talk with you about whatever you want to talk about.
You can ask me any questions you want. You can ask for my advice. You can get inside an ex-unfaithful person’s brain. You can just vent. It’s up to you!
Now, I’m not a therapist or “guru” and I don’t claim to have all the answers to every situation, but I don’t hold any punches and I’ll certainly give you honest answers and tell you my honest opinion - not just what you think you want to hear!
Oftentimes the best teacher is experience itself. I've been where you are now. So learn from my successes and my many mistakes.
So Why Invest in This Program?
Consider this program to be necessary course work for an unfaithful spouse so they can better understand the true consequences of their affair and what they need to do NOW to have a greater impact on the recovery and healing process.
This Program Will Help the Unfaithful Person Find Motivation To:
- Accept 100% responsibility for the affair.
- Feel deep remorse for what he or she has done - not just for getting caught.
- Take concrete actions to earn back the betrayed partner's trust.
- Have more patience and understanding of the recovery and healing process.
- Do the work necessary to figure out why they did what they did.
- Have a greater desire to commit to saving the marriage.
- Stop judging you for not "getting over it" by now
- And much more!
What Others Are Saying...
Is This Program for You?
As the title suggests, this program is meant to be a guide for the unfaithful person.
…We all know that most of them will never take the initiative to consider it, so it’s more than likely up to the betrayed spouse to take the initiative. That said, if you are the unfaithful person who is considering this, you are to be commended as you are the exception to this rule!
As noted previously, the manual is written from a male cheater’s (Doug) point of view, though it will certainly benefit the female cheater as well. (The same issues tend to exist whether the cheater is male or female. You will just need to apply a woman’s perspective on things.)
The program material is presented with the unfaithful person in mind, but is appropriate for the betrayed spouse as well because she/he can understand the strategies and action steps as they relate to her/his own situation and create a personal guide or road map towards healing and recovery.
Plus, there are many victims of infidelity who have no idea what it will take to get them through the healing process.
That being the case, this program will help that person become more aware of what she/he needs the cheater to do – even though the cheater may not be willing to do these things at this time.
Now, we’re not naïve enough to think that every marriage is going to survive after an affair…
…However, if each partner follows the advice in this program and puts forth a strong and honest effort into trying to heal and rebuild the relationship, the chances are quite good.
This program is for the person who has realized that they have screwed up royally, are remorseful and want to try to save their marriage and help their spouse heal as effectively and as quickly as possible.
We can tell you from personal experience that by doing these 24 things and working to connect with each other, you can not only survive, heal and recover from the affair…
…but you can fall back in love and you can create a marriage that is wonderful, fulfilling, fun and actually feel as if you were starting all over again.
But it ain’t gonna happen if you just sit back and not do the work!
Honestly, if you’re the cheater (perhaps a serial cheater) who just doesn’t “get it” and has no desire to do anything to help heal, then we will truthfully admit to you that you’re wasting your time getting this program.
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