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Expert Advice on Surviving Infidelity

Expert Advice on Surviving Infidelity

Expert Advice on Surviving Infidelity
The Unfortunate Triangle

After years of helping people survive and heal from infidelity, I’ve noticed something significant. You’ll always find that at least three people are involved… every time.

I call this the unfortunate triangle. Who are they? The betrayed… the unfaithful (wayward)… and the “other” person.

Now, regardless of the role YOU find yourself playing at this time in your life, no one walks away from an extramarital affair unaffected. Why? Because the underlying component connecting these people to each other is this: Dishonesty!

Advice on Surviving Infidelity — For the Betrayed Partner

When YOU are the betrayed person in the relationship, the discovery of your partner’s dishonesty is devastating. It’s not easy coming to terms with the reality that the person closest to you has been so deceitful. The hurt … the pain … the overwhelming emotions … all can be very difficult to deal with. But take heart, YOU CAN (AND WILL) SURVIVE. Read How Here >

Advice on Surviving Infidelity — For the Wayward Partner

For wayward partners, dishonesty is BOTH internal and external. Here’s what I mean: it’s internal because all deception is really self-deception. You can’t really deceive anyone without also deceiving yourself. But it’s also external because it takes a lot of lying, sneaking around and covering your tracks to get away with it. You need to know (if you don’t already) that the stress, emotions and guilt of living such a double life eventually takes its toll on you. And once your affair is uncovered, your level of stress, trauma and tension shoots through the roof. What can YOU do to survive YOUR OWN love affair? Read About It Here >

Advice on Surviving Infidelity — For the "Other" Person

For the “other” person, the dishonesty happens on both an unconscious AND conscious level. On one hand, it seems obvious that getting into a relationship with a person who’s already committed to someone else wouldn’t be a wise thing to do. And yet, many people deceive themselves into thinking it’s just harmless fun. And once your emotions are caught up in a love triangle — even though your conscience, intelligence and “plain old common sense” tell you it would be best to end it — many deceive themselves into thinking that it’s better to have the crumbs than to go for the whole cake. Learn the hard-hitting truth about what to do in order to survive infidelity when YOU are that other man or woman. Read More Here >

Until we speak again…

Remember… Love Wins!

Suzie Johnson