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Life certainly has its challenges, but little compares to the monumental task of healing from infidelity. As a marriage therapist for two decades, I’ve heard countless clients confess that the discovery of an affair was the lowest, darkest moment of their entire lives. And because affairs shatter trust, many seriously contemplate ending their marriages. However, it’s important to know that, no matter how bleak things might seem, it’s possible to revitalize a marriage wounded by infidelity. It’s not easy- there are no quick-fix, one-size-fits-all solutions- but years of experience has taught me that there are definite patterns to what people in loving relationships do to bring their marriages back from the brink of disaster. Let the healing begin…

Visit my website for help with your marriage. We help couples heal from infidelity. Don’t give up on your marriage.

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4 responses to “Home

  1. Thanks for this reassurance. My husband recently disclosed his affair to me, and
    we’re trying to work things out. It seems like such an arduous task, but I think
    our marriage is worth it.

    BTW, we have almost exactly the same hyphenated surname! Funny.

  2. Thanks for you encouraging newsletter and materials online.

  3. As a professional counselor and mother of a 28 year old daughter whose husband left her for another woman, how do you help the clients whose marriage ENDS because of the infidelity. The “unfairness” of the cheating spouse making the choice to end the marriage is extremely painful for the one left behind. My daughter was still in treatment for breast cancer with a 1 and 3 year old when our son-in-law walked out for another girl. I have numerous clients whose spouse walked out and wants nothing to do with saving the marriage. It’s those clients I struggle with helping the most. Have you written any articles on those “left behind.”

    Thank you for all the work you do. I have read all your books and ordered many of your programs.

    Regards,
    Peggy

  4. I think “Home” is what its all about. A place where you are safe from harm. A place where you can trust those around you. A betrayal puts you far away from home, even if you both live in the same house. Even “love” itself is a safe haven. Or, it’s supposed to be. I do believe having the courage to deal with what has gone wrong is the first step back to a more sane existence. But, it is a process.

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