How, exactly, do we overcome infidelity? This article breaks down Suzie's process, philosophy and approach, as well as some of the more common challenges you can expect to encounter. If you've never had to deal with this type of thing before, this article is a great place to begin.
Surviving his affair is like surviving a skid on black ice—there's a wrong way and a right way to go about handling it. This article is Suzie’s manual for surviving infidelity, for any woman whose life has skidded out of control because of her partner’s infidelity.
What’s a man to do when the woman he gave his heart to betrays him? Well, at this point, he has two options: He can be a victim and let it drag him down into the depths of emotional despair, or he can learn how to be a survivor and turn the tide to his advantage. This article is for the man who wants to be a survivor.
This is one of the most common questions sent to Suzie. And her answer’s always the same: Yes, a marriage can survive—in fact, many have. However, the real question is, can YOUR marriage survive infidelity? Read this article to find out for yourself.
This article compiles Suzie's answers to 14 of the most frequently asked questions by betrayed partners. Read it and learn from Suzie's advice to others just like you.
If you stay, you have to learn how to forgive—and if you choose to walk away, you still have to learn how to forgive. Either way, forgiveness is totally necessary. In this article, Suzie shows you how to open the doors of forgiveness in your heart, even if you decide to close the doors of the relationship.
Just like the days after a devastating earthquake, the days following the discovery of a partner’s infidelity are crucial. What you do—and don’t—in the first 30 days can either help or worsen a bad situation. This article contains some crucial tips for getting through those early days.
Betrayal is like a wrecking ball to your dreams, hopes, security, and expectations. It unleashes an avalanche of pain, hurt, and hostility—none of which you asked for, and none of which you deserve. This article will help you jumpstart the healing and releasing process…right where you are.
In the aftermath of infidelity, two questions face the partner who’s been betrayed: (1) Since infidelity is a clear injustice (but not a crime), how do you deal with an unfaithful partner?; and (2) What—if any—consequences or punishments are appropriate in this situation? Finding the answers to these perplexing questions often creates more confusion than clarity. But today, that can change. In this cutting-edge article, Suzie offers the betrayed spouse some valuable guidance, tips, and ideas about the best (and most effective) ways to handle the wayward spouse.
Some of the biggest casualties of infidelity are things you can’t see—such as your self-esteem, your self-confidence, and your ability to trust and feel secure. This article will show you how to transform pain into positive self-esteem, and turn loss into learning success, so you can move on with your life.
Clichés are like the common cold, and just as bothersome. In the aftermath of betrayal, one of the most common clichés is “Once a cheater, always a cheater.” But is this true? Is it a fact that once a partner has been unfaithful, he or she will always be unfaithful? This article explores answers to that cliché.