Are You Struggling with Obsessive Thoughts, Triggers and Memories of the Affair?
Take a deep exploration into those destructive thoughts and images of your partner’s affair, what triggers them and learn some sound strategies for dealing with them so that they won’t have as much control over you.
One prominent issue many betrayed spouses have after D-day is that they obsess about the affair details and a whole lot more.
They’re thinking about what the cheaters said, what they did, where they went - and they just keep rehashing these destructive thoughts over and over in their minds.
These thoughts are excruciatingly painful, stressful and cause anxiety, depression and all sorts of things. It’s not a pleasant place to be.
But, you know what? If this is an issue with you right now you can’t beat yourself up about it. These thoughts are naturally going to occur.
In our opinion, these thoughts, feelings and actions are serving a purpose – they’re giving you (or your spouse) some sense of control while there’s no control anywhere else.
Why are Obsessive Thoughts a Problem?
Obsessions are going to interfere with your thinking - plain and simple.
There's going to be difficulty with how you solve problems. There's going to be difficulty in your perception and ability to step into a situation and really pick up on everything that you need to.
And of course, since your mind's been obsessing, you’re not going to have as much computing power available for which to help you work through things.
When you've been obsessing it's unrealistic to expect your mind to be able to quickly solve problems, quickly assess everything that's going on, or to be on the top of your game. It's not going to happen.
You're not going to do things as quickly or as thoroughly as before.
I found that it took me about three times longer to do things because my obsessive thoughts were always popping into my brain.
Obsessive thinking has a great effect on people’s emotions as well.
You may experience a lot of fear, anger, insecurity (a biggie), loss or loneliness.
To the outsider, it can look as though the person who is experiencing obsessive thoughts is in a way, kind of losing it and losing control of their thinking.
But one should actually look at it in terms of the obsession as a rehearsal, because it's as if they keep rehearsing things over and over in their mind until they can master handling it.
It may be the fear of being replaced, it may be the fear of being unattractive, it may be the fear of being boring. Or all of the above.
To regain their confidence, it's almost like they have to rehearse this stuff over and over until they feel that they're at the top of their game again.
Introducing...Regaining Control: Dealing with Obsessive Thoughts, Triggers and Memories of the Affair
If obsessive thoughts about the affair are a problem for you - or your spouse, then you need to check out our module that will help you deal with this issue: Regaining Control: Dealing With Obsessive Thoughts, Triggers and Memories of the Affair
It's a compact, common sense program that will help you to better understand and manage the different type of emotions, triggers, thoughts and feelings that are typical after being betrayed.
Here’s a sampling of what’s covered in
Regaining Control: Dealing with Obsessive Thoughts, Triggers and Memories of the Affair
- Why you are feeling the way you are
- Learn how to handle those pesky triggers
- The importance of self-care
- How to manage obsessions and obsessive thoughts
- Linda's experiences with obsessive thoughts and the problems they created
- Several techniques you can try to help you cope
- And much more...
You WILL Get Through This!
You will always remember the affair, and you will always remember the pain that went with it.
The goal is not to forget. The goal is to process and heal so that when you do remember, you no longer feel the pain. You no longer relive the pain with the memory.
Obviously, we can't just wave a magic wand and say that if you read or listen to this program that you will instantly and definitely be able to know what the heck is going on and make the pain go away Nope, you have to put in a great deal of effort. It's gonna suck!
That said, if you take the knowledge that you gain from this program and apply it with maximum effort, use your head a little, then you can expect to experience substantial positive progress managing this whole mess.
We understand that it’s not easy sometimes to make an investment, even one that only costs as much as a cheap meal out. So, you can try Regaining Control: Dealing with Obsessive Thoughts, Triggers and Memories of the Affair absolutely risk free.
If for any reason you are not satisfied with this program, just shoot us an email and we will refund every penny of your $19.95 purchase. No time limits. No questions asked. Pretty simple!
Please feel free to contact us by email at: support @ emotionalaffair.org if you have any questions about the program.
We look forward to sharing Regaining Control: Dealing with Obsessive Thoughts, Triggers and Memories of the Affair with you and eventually hearing your survival success story!
Linda & Doug
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Please also note that every effort has been made to accurately represent this product and its potential. As with any book or program, there is no certain guarantee that you will achieve specific results.