After an Affair, or Infidelity
sexual or emotional affair and betrayal shakes a relationship to its core, as sure as the
hurt partner feels like the rug has been pulled from under them by the cheating spouse or partner.
The broken trust is met with anger, sadness and
doubt. In the flood of questions, the inevitable “How could you do this?” and "Why?"
come up again and again.
Recovering from an affair is
a huge challenge and all concerned might doubt their resolve to do the work. But while it's
overwhelming and may seem like a long shot, many couples not only recover, they enhance their relationships
in the recovery process.
My goal is to help couples rebuild trust and turn crisis into a chance for a renewed relationship
a desire to do the work of recovery.
· Exploring the feelings
and questions of the hurt partner.
· Coaching the couple
in their efforts to communicate.
· Exploring the thoughts and feeling of
the unfaithful partner.
· Setting the groundwork for getting closure
and rebuilding trust.
· Uncovering the causes for choosing to
step outside the relationship.
· Renewing and reinventing the relationship
through more indepth therapy.
is taken one step at a time. Through hard work, the choice to do things differently and a commitment
to fight for your relationship, you can recover from infidelity.
Contact me and we'll schedule a free 30 minute in-office consultation to discuss your situation and how
therapy can help.
827-0199 or firstname.lastname@example.org