Sometimes affairs are physical and sometimes they are emotional. Both types are destructive and every affair forces a couple to reevaluate their relationship.
Do you feel like you are falling apart because of an affair?
Are you afraid you’ll never be able to trust your partner again?
Do you or a loved one think divorce is the only way to end the pain?
If you answered yes to any of these questions you can benefit from marriage counseling to learn how to self soothe and manage all the conflicting thoughts and feelings you are experiencing.
The secret of change is to focus all of your energy not on fighting the old, but on building the new.
Sometimes affairs are physical and sometimes they are emotional. Both types are destructive and every affair forces a couple to reevaluate their relationship. A betrayal leads to crisis and the future is immediately unpredictable and both partners often experience anxiety and fear of loss. At the same time you are in pain, you may also feel more alive as the discovery of an affair is often a powerful jolt out of complacency. For some couples this fear of loss can rekindle desire. For other couples, this fear of loss can be immobilizing and lead to feeling alone and disengaged. If you’re willing to do the hard work, you can heal from a betrayal and create a marriage that is ALIVE. Couples can and do recover from infidelity. Affairs are serious, but they are not the main reason couples get divorced. If your marriage or relationship is reeling from a betrayal let me help you and your partner create a counseling and communication plan that offers both hope and healing!