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Rebuild Trust by Creating No-Fail Agreements with Your Partner

When rebuilding trust with your partner after cheating, lying or some other form of betrayal, having clear agreements is a must. This is a delicate time in your relationship when, hopefully, both of you are working to learn and move forward from whatever happened in the past. It’s likely that you both have different ideas of what …

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6 Signs that Your Partner Could Be Having an Online Affair

Cybercheating IS real! In this digital age, it’s super fast and super easy to communicate and connect with people who live on the other side of the world. It’s also, unfortunately, super easy to have an online affair. Especially with the ever-growing use of social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter, socializing with others has …

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Rebuild Trust with Your Cheating Partner…When There’s a Child Involved

Cheating hurts. It hurts to feel betrayed and it damages relationship trust and connection. When your partner has an affair, it can leave you questioning everything you thought you knew about your partner, yourself and your relationship. When a child is involved, cheating becomes that much more difficult and destructive. Jason genuinely regrets that he …

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Rebuild Trust (and Your Marriage) Even When Your Spouse Refuses to Talk About the Affair

“How will we ever put our marriage back together again if he won’t even talk about his affair?” Jenny poses this frustrated question to her good friend. Jenny’s husband, Todd, cheated 6 months ago and, while he has ended the affair and promised her that he’s now committed to their marriage, Todd refuses to talk …

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“Am I Just Settling for Less Staying in This Lackluster Marriage?”

After the umpteenth time listening to her complaints about her marriage, Tina’s friends ask her– yet again– why she stays. Tina is beginning to wonder about that herself. To Tina, it seemed unavoidable that her once-spicy relationship with Larry would become dull. After all, they’ve been together for 14 years now. Isn’t this what happens …

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