This question can only be answered after you first take a closer look at what YOU define as ‘cheating’ and what YOU feel is acceptable or unacceptable in your marriage.
Low-Conflict Marriage: Why I Tell My Clients It’s Good Enough
I’m often asked, “What exactly is a low conflict marriage?” I guess since I push the idea that low-conflict marriages should not fall prey to divorce, it is time I define, for those curious, what I mean by a “low-conflict marriage.”
How to Use Divorce-Related Anger to Your Advantage
Constructive anger serves the greater good. In other words, when you use constructive anger you are using a negative emotion in a way that benefits you instead of in a way that destroys you.
The Pros & Cons of Hiring a Therapist During a Divorce
Hiring a therapist during divorce can be a sign of your commitment to healing and feeling better. You are investing in yourself and your future – but there are a couple of cons to consider.
Adult Attachment and Divorce: A New Perspective – Part 2
Understanding your Adult Attachment with compassion may help you to accept the ending of your marriage, examine your part in its problems and demise and seek therapy to work at earning a Secure Autonomous Adult Attachment.
Adult Attachment and Divorce: A New Perspective – Part 1
Adult Attachments evolve from early childhood experiences and the successes or failures from relationships in adolescence and early adulthood.
The Effects of Military PTSD on Marriage & How to Navigate It
There are many different effects of military PTSD on marriage. In fact, study on marriage and divorce following military deployment in Afghanistan found that veterans were more likely to get divorced than their peers.
Why A Support System During Divorce Recovery Is Important
Having a support system during divorce is vital for recovery. Here are reasons why getting the support you need will give you a positive life post-divorce.
Guys, Divorce Is Hard: There’s No Shame in Seeking Help!
It is perfectly normal for a man to seek help during a divorce, despite the desire to uphold and adhere to traditional views of masculinity. Here’s how.
How Childhood Neglect and Abuse Impact Divorce Recovery
Divorce can be emotionally draining. If you’re also suffering from depression and low self-esteem, consider making counseling part of your road to recovery.
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