Questions That Determine How Long to Recover From Infidelity And Heal The Wounds

how long to recover from infidelity

The post-affair recovery process for spouses is often brutal, traumatizing, and filled with immense amounts of grief. The injured partner will end up going through a very similar process to what those experience with traumatic loss.

During this process there are no right or wrong feelings as anger, hatred, confusion, sorrow, resentment, despair, and betrayal will be prominent and will increase and decrease in their severity as the injured partner processes what has happened.

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The Honest to Goodness Truth on How to Fight for Your Marriage Alone

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How to fight for your marriage alone. It’s possible. Here’s how.

When a partner chooses to have an affair or participate in infidelity, it creates a division that destroys the foundation of trust that you and your spouse previously had.

What makes this worse is when one partner does not want to try to save the marriage, leaving the other spouse to fight for it alone. Although this can be frustrating, distressing, and lonely, it does not mean that the couple cannot save their marriage.

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Beating The Odds: Can a Relationship Truly Last When Cheating Was Involved?

can a relationship last when cheating was involved

When a relationship is rocked by infidelity, it’s no wonder that a couple might struggle with the idea of reconciling. In the harsh light of discovery, making the relationship last might be the farthest thing from their minds.

However, it’s not uncommon for two people in an established relationship to put the pieces back together and beat the odds; some couples have even reported that their relationship has truly lasted, and they’re happier than they’ve ever been.

Before you commit one way or the other, first a couple must consider several important factors that will influence whether they can really beat the odds themselves.

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Can a Marriage Survive Infidelity Without Counseling? If so, How do You Begin to Move Forward?

can a marriage survive infidelity without counseling

An oft-repeated recommendation to anyone who’s been affected by infidelity is to get counseling.

And for many couples, counseling can be a sound resource to help them decide whether or not to reconcile or end the relationship.

But for many couples, counseling isn’t an option.

In some cases, it would present a financial hardship, adding more stress to an already stressful situation. In other cases, feelings of shame or humiliation may prevent a couple from wanting to discuss their problems with someone else.

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Cheating Partner Gave You an STD? Should You Still Try to Make Things Work?

Cheating Partner Gave You An STD

When cheating strikes a relationship, the couple is always left with the question of whether or not to try and work it out. That decision can be made much more complicated when that cheating partner comes back and shares an STD with the person they cheated on.

So, when a cheating partner gives you an STD, should you still try and make things work? Well, there are a few layers to this; and while there is certainly no one-size-fits-all answer, here are a few angles to consider.

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