Surviving infidelity and healing your relationship is possible.
If you have spent any time browsing infidelity support forums on the web, chances are that you have already heard about the success that many real-life couples have attributed to "Infidelity Crisis: How to Gain Forgiveness and Respect After Your Affair". Or maybe your marriage counselor directed you towards this article because they've seen dramatic results, too.
But no matter how you found this article, we're glad you did - every marriage deserves a fighting chance for renewed hope and reconciliation. That's why we're here!
We are going to refer you to a reader-acclaimed pdf download that is a unique and human examination of the emotional issues that invariably follow affair discovery and a practical road-map that the offending partner can utilize to contribute to the recovery of his or her marriage. It's a full-length, 152 page book written by a former betrayed spouse to help the offending marriage partner in their efforts to save and heal their marriage.
It's currently the only infidelity book available that concentrates exclusively on the role of the unfaithful partner during the early stages of affair discovery.
"Infidelity Crisis: How to Gain Forgiveness and Respect After Your Affair" effectively tackles the tough emotional issues that surface after an affair is discovered, including: grief, anger, bitterness, distrust, retaliation, embarrassment, emotional exhaustion and unforgiveness. And unlike many traditional self-help books, it doesn't dabble into pop psycho-babble. Instead, it outlines a concrete and practical plan that anyone who sincerely desires to rebuild his or her marriage after an affair can understand and employ with success.
Why has "Infidelity Crisis: How to Gain Forgiveness and Respect After Your Affair" helped so many couples struggling with infidelity?
Because it immediately addresses the volatile emotional extremes associated with affair discovery, unlike many traditional approaches that can work to prolong the pain and anger for both marriage partners - further contributing to the instability of the marriage. These theoretical approaches further contribute to the instability of the marriage by focusing on the marriage as a whole without first dealing with the injured spouse's emotional response to affair discovery, even though research and real-life experience says that this actually is not the best approach!
Despite clear statistics supporting that a couple is more likely to remain married if an extramarital affair is thoroughly explored through counseling:
59% of couples in counseling said that their therapist mainly focused on general marital problems, not the affair; and
23% of couples in counseling said that their therapist encouraged them to quickly cover highlights of the affair, then move on.
*Overview of Report of Survey on Extramarital Affairs <http://www.dearpeggy.com/results.html> by Peggy Vaughan
That's why "Infidelity Crisis: How to Gain Forgiveness and Respect After Your Affair" was written - to help the offending marriage partner effectively confront the emotional responses that follow affair discovery, so that his or her marriage can begin to heal.
Key points include:
? Why you're the partner who can profoundly change your marriage at this time.
? The #1 cause of unforgiveness after an affair.
? Why respect is crucial to marital stability.
? Why forgiving yourself will make it easier for your spouse to forgive you.
? How to avoid two common emotional attitudes that enable failure.
? How to recognize emotional priorities that can sabotage your best efforts to save and heal your marriage.
? 20+ statements that you should never make to your spouse after an affair and why.
? Why the people who loves you the most will give you the worst advice concerning your marriage.
? How to conserve time and energy while working faithfully to restore your marriage.
? How to reduce the likelihood of a retaliatory affair.
? How to avoid "warfare" in your marriage.
? How to help your spouse get over their anger in a timely manner.
? How to reduce the likelihood of bitterness.
? How to stop arguments dead in their path.
? How to end any embarrassment you or your spouse feels over the affair.
? What you can do to work on your marriage if your spouse requests separation.
? And much more...
"Infidelity Crisis: How to Gain Forgiveness and Respect After Your Affair" was offered on a payment-optional basis until 2003 - there's now a required download fee. Currently, the fee is $19.97. We are not a non-profit organization, and the download fee is not tax-deductible. Once your fee is processed, you are provided with instant access to the ebook. The download fee is fully refundable for up to 30 days if you are not satisfied with the ebook file after download. If you cannot afford the download fee or are not able to download for any other reason, click here <http://www.aftertheaffair.net/Faq.htm>. We gift a number of downloads every month and respond to emails promptly.
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