STEP 1: Know what to expect from this course.
Prepare for what you will do in this course and what the course will do for you. Consider your current understanding of the reason for your infidelity.
STEP 2: Explore the meaning behind your affair.
Review the common motives in an affair. Identify the primary motive(s) for the start and continuation of your affair.
STEP 3: Map your path to infidelity.
Explore the series of compromises and justifications that led to your ultimate choices.
STEP 4: Know your historical risks.
Identify the parts of your past that affect your risk for an affair.
STEP 5: Know your personal risks.
Identify personality risks for an affair.
STEP 6: Know your marital risks.
Identify issues in your relationship (and your responses to them) that increased your risk.
STEP 7: Know your circumstantial risks.
Identify unique circumstances that increased your risk for infidelity.
STEP 8: Make a plan for change.
Determine future responses that will reduce each identified risk.
STEP 9: Decide your next steps.
Form your personal plan for change.
STEP 10: Talk about it.
Know what to say to your partner. Have a conversation with Tim Tedder (for clarity & encouragement).