How To Deal With Infidelity In A Marriage
Writer/submitter Dr. Brenda Shoshanna writes:
Infidelity in a marriage has many sources and many ways of being handled. It does not necessarily have to be a cause of divorce, but when handled properly can make the couple closer and the marriage more fulfilling in the long run.Dr. Shoshanna, well known psychologist, discusses this more fully in the article below.
The Anatomy of Affairs
Writer/submitter Dr. Reena Sommer writes:
What is it about finding out that your partner is having an affair that unlocks the floodgates of emotion; emotions so strong and intense that they seem foreign and often disturbing even to those who experience them? Most would say it's the betrayal, the deception and the humiliation that catapults them into an emotional abyss where feelings of despair and sadness alternate with feelings of anger and rage.
"Extramarital Affair: Should You Get A Divorce Just Because One Of You Had An Extramarital Affair?"
Writer/submitter Karl Augustine writes:
Having to deal with an extramarital affair can be a life-changing event, regardless of whether you stay married or not. Inescapable feelings can come over both people who live through an extramarital affair that will never be forgotten by either of them. The person who actually had the extramarital affair can have feelings of guilt, loneliness, confusion and misdirection along with many other feelings. The 'partner' who did not have the extramarital affair can have these feelings as well, but the lack of confidence that can come as a result of the other person having an extramarital affair can be one of the toughest parts to deal with.
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