Since I found out about my ex husband’s affair I have changed. I know I have. I feel like a character in one of those TV dramas, obsessing about everything in my life. There are days when it seems all I can
Listening to a friend talk about their divorce, I pause and think — this all sounds familiar. My friend details the lead up to her separation and there are so many similarities it’s a bit unnerving. Same actions, same words, same behaviour.
One of the hardest things to do when you feel as if you have been victimized is be wise in what you say. When your divorce is a result of an affair this is one of the areas that you see the
The book is the result of a life experience. The book starts off at the beginning of the end of her marriage. It was valentines day when she found out that her husband had bought a gift for another woman. This left
Parents may feel that they are dealing with infidelity in a private way that keeps children out of it. Youngsters are smarter than you think and do notice sobs, tension and discussions in hushed tones. Their vivid imaginations may conjure up worst
Wondering how to start dating after divorce and infidelity? If you were cheated on and find yourself single again then how do you begin to trust and date again? Infidelity survivors didn’t just divorce because they fell out of love or realized
Many couples remain married despite infidelity and this is often celebrated as marital success by both the infidelity support community and marital therapists. What is discussed less often is the quality and nature of the post-infidelity marriage – unfortunately many are little
Dr Roz talks about surviving infidelity in marriage When most couples say l do, in that moment, it appears that they may really want to honor their vows to one another. However the reality of what marriage really is emerges, and most
Why you should listen to Helen Fisher’s talk on Love and Infidelity. Helen Fisher’s courageous investigations of romantic love — its evolution, its biochemical foundations and its vital importance to human society — are informing and transforming the way we understand ourselves.
The shock of the breakup was so sudden, so extreme, that normal behaviour would have seemed inappropriate. The events that lead up to it should have left clues, but they didn’t register: The bank letters addressed in his name that I didn’t
The reason we struggle with trust is because we feel like we’ve been betrayed. It’s a crappy weight to have on your shoulders. Similar to its other invasive cousins anger, guilt, and resentment, losing trust keeps you from getting your life back. But like all
Recent Swedish research (published by The Royal Society) has come up with some ideas about why their neighbours in Denmark divorce by mapping what people do for a living with the chances of divorce. Why exactly they wanted to look at this relatively small sample