Affair Recovery & Repair
Affairs can feel like the end of the marriage and leave someone questioning what they did wrong or blaming their partner. There are ways to survive and prevent affairs by working on the relationship.
Life After Infidelity
Separation and divorce often feels like the only choice after an affair. Many couples are actually able to not only heal but strengthen their relationship in the aftermath. Even if you decide to separate, it is very important to understand what led to the affair so that you can avoid repeating the same mistakes.
Strong emotions often follow an affair. You might feel betrayed, abandoned, embarrassed, helpless, or hopeless. Whether or not you want to continue the relationship, it is important to discuss the affair and learn how to heal together or individually.
Most affairs occur as a result of a breakdown in the relationship. This means that both people are responsible in some way. Learn what you can do to keep your relationship strong and prevent infidelity in your marriage.
Emotional affairs can feel just as painful as a sexual affair. It can also be a warning sign that there is something missing in your relationship. Addressing this issue ASAP can prevent the affair from developing into something more serious.
Your Next Step Is A Couples Retreat
If you are ready for professional support, it is time to consider a private couples therapy retreat. Retreats are a 1-4 day program where you have the opportunity to learn skills that can either help you heal your marriage or make a decision about your future together.