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How one wife dealt with D-Day of her husband’s Infidelity

When you find out that your spouse has cheated it make you feel like you are going a bit crazy.  Here is an account by Liz Volunteer at Infidelity Counseling Network Fight or Flight Six years and one week ago, I overheard my husband on his cell phone. He was speaking to a woman. It was… Read more »

Helping Men Express Their Emotions

Posted on the website Psychcentral, Hillary Jacobs Hendel, LCSW discusses how men use sex as a way of being emotionally close. She writes that the best way for men to better understand their emotions is to learn more about the full range of human emotions. Hendel notes that men may want to have sex when they… Read more »

Giving Up The Role of Being Over-Responsible~Guest Post by Natalie Lue of Baggage Reclaim

For as long as I can remember, I’ve been over-responsible. I’ve felt that I have to be strong and so avoid showing ‘weakness’ by asking for help, expressing needs or sharing my feelings. I’ve hung back and dimmed my light so that my brother and then others could shine and they wouldn’t feel the need to reject or abandon me for taking up too much space or making them feel inferior in some way.

Once A Cheater, Always A Cheater? Marriage Therapists Weigh In

As some of you know, I am the author of three books on infidelity: Fool Me Once: Should I Take Back My Cheating Husband?, Blindsided By His Betrayal, and After a Good Man Cheats: How to Rebuild Trust & Intimacy With Your Wife. I was recently quoted in the Huffington Post as an expert on affairs in marriage. The… Read more »