Well this week has been quite crazy so far, but it’s been a good crazy. We’re really excited about the new site structure and are thankful for all of you that joined. We’re looking forward to building a stronger and even more supportive community to help everyone in their affair recovery.
We encourage any Higher Healing members to head on over to the forum to start making some comments, discuss previous posts or content, as well as further your interaction with the other members. There is private messaging available so that you can develop greater contact with other members, exchange emails, phone numbers, etc.
Our discussion this week centers around anger and the effects that it has played in your affair recovery.
Obviously, feeling anger about your spouse’s affair is natural and many people express it immediately after discovering the infidelity. Some manage to eventually let it go to an extent, while others hold onto it. Yet others manage to suppress it and bottle it up to where it can become an issue both physically and emotionally.
How did you initially express (or not express) your anger after discovering the affair?
How did this anger affect you physically and emotionally?
How long did this anger remain with you – or does it still remain?
What role has anger played during your efforts to recover and heal from the affair?
You might also want to read this post on anger, as well as explore the additional articles that are listed in the box underneath it.
As always, please respond to each other in the comment section.
Thank you so much!
Linda & Doug