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Recap – The 2015 Emotional Affair Journey Comprehensive Reader Survey

We’re sure you’ve been waiting with baited breath for the results of our most recent reader survey that we conducted a couple of weeks ago. So we’re gonna present that to you here in this lonnnggg post. First of all, we wish to thank everyone who took time out of their busy day to take […]

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Discussion – Did You Survive the Holidays?

Hello Everybody and Happy New Year! Even though we had a bit of a complicated and tense holiday at times, our Christmas was indeed wonderful. We hope that your holidays are also proving to be joyous.  We’ve taken a bit of a break from the computer the last week or so and consequently we are […]

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The Results from the Emotional Affair Journey Reader Survey

We wanted to thank everyone who took the time to respond to our most recent survey.  There are always some interesting takeaways (interpretations) when we do these things and this one didn’t disappoint. We’re not going to address every question, but will touch on the ones we thought you’d be most interested in. Even so, […]

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Dealing with Infidelity – Working on You to Empower Yourself

Throughout the last two years we have preached the importance of working on yourself to become as strong as possible while you are faced with dealing with infidelity – to empower yourself is extremely important. The term empowerment has different meanings in different socio-cultural and political contexts and does not translate easily into all languages. […]

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10 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Divorcing

Today we are happy to provide you with a guest post from Tina Greenbaum, LCSW Holistic Psychotherapist and Relationship Coach.    Recently, I had the pleasure of speaking on the phone with Tina about her approach to helping individuals and couples who have had the unfortunate experience of dealing with infidelity or who simply want to […]

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Discussion: Regaining Your Self-Respect

Dealing with your spouse’s infidelity has probably resulted in an all out assault on your self-respect, making you lose your sense of self-worth. The flood of emotions that you experience after D-day can be quite overwhelming. The betrayal causes hurt and anger, and sometimes much of that anger points inward – leaving your self-confidence in […]

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Getting the Cheating Spouse to Tell the Truth

  Since it’s Memorial Day weekend and we’re once again on the road for a soccer tournament, graduation parties, and just spending some much needed down-time, we thought we would post this article from Ruth Houston that has some ideas for getting the cheating spouse to tell the truth after the affair. Hopefully, you can […]

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More Mistakes Made After Infidelity

Just about a year ago I wrote a post entitled “Dealing With Infidelity:  My Top 9 Mistakes.” Much has happened in the almost year that I wrote that, and I wanted to revisit this post to update it and add to my list. As you well know, nothing prepares us in advance as to what […]

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Don’t let the Ho-Ho-Ho’s Ruin Your Holiday

Your marriage is important. It dominates your thoughts and emotions. When your marriage is in good shape, the holidays are a wonderful time. When your marriage is less than wonderful, the holidays can turn into a dreadful time. Instead of looking forward to time together, you worry and dread what time together may bring. Instead […]

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Dealing With Infidelity: Why Did it Happen?

At some point all of us who are dealing with infidelity have asked the question, “Why did it happen?”  Obviously every situation is different and there is no simple answer. Some people are unfaithful for very deep-seated emotional reasons, while others are unfaithful because of their beliefs about the opposite sex.  Still others are unfaithful […]

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