Infidelity is one of the most devastating experiences that people can face. It's among the leading causes of divorce and can leave you scarred for life - but it doesn't have to. This compassionate book was written by Dr. Cheour, a professor and a therapist who helps couples struggling with this problem daily. This audiobook guides you from the initial trauma of discovering the affair to the rebirth of a loving, trusting union.
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"Saved My Marriage, Saved My Mind"
A Communication Blessing
Realizing that the trauma of infidelity is truly a physical as well as emotional assault on the victim.
To hear the reassuring words, spoken words, that validate some of the feelings I was having, was comforting. Hearing the words and sharing those spoken words with my spouse opened up a genuine line of communication that put us on the road to recovery.
Realizing that both parties involved share in the guilt and pain and that the healing has to take place for both spouses. Secondly, that the very best revenge is to live a good life in a good marriage.
I stumbled by accident on this audio book while searching for a novel to take my mind off my misery. I was skeptical and afraid it would be just another self-help book rendering few results. After listening to the first 10 minutes, I immediately gifted the audio book to my spouse. We listened, simultaneously rather than together, and the lines of true communication began to slowly open. Accepting that the individual committing the infidelity is, as well, suffering was a stunning revelation. Infidelity does not have to be the end of a relationship - the path you take at this fork can go many ways; however, it can continue without the pain, hostility and misery that once accompanied the life altering event. I highly recommend this audio book to anyone who has the misfortune of needing help addressing this issue.
I started this read about 5 months into my seperation. The only thing I would do differently is I would have read it sooner. It covers the initial shock, the adaptation thereof, the conversations that should occur to facilitate healing, conversations with your children, deciding on working things out and/or leaving.
I was cheated on multiple times for years unbeknownst to me. One of the most difficult things to face was my own part in the seperation. I had to accept responsibility for my contributions in its deteriation in order to break the repetition whether it be in mending our relationship or any other future relationships.
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