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Repairing Your Marriage After His Affair: A Woman's Guide to Hope and Healing Paperback – September 9, 1998
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Discovering that your husband has been unfaithful can be emotionally devastating, leaving you reeling in pain and confusion. But take heart--this survival guide for women offers compassionate and practical solutions for coping with the aftermath of an affair. Drawing on their years of experience as professional therapists, authors Marcella Bakur Weiner and Armand DiMele explain how to heal the marriage bond and restore trust between partners. Written with empathy and understanding, this book addresses such vital topics as:
-Coming to terms with the sense of loss and betrayal
-Coping with feelings of suspicion and the specter of "the other woman"
-Dealing with the children during and after the affair
-Understanding character traits of men who have affairs--and how different women's personalities interact with them
-Finding the best sources of emotional support
Also included are helpful exercises for self-healing and redeveloping mutual trust as a couple. "Repairing Your Marriage After His Affair will guide you through the turmoil of infidelity and aid you in mending and strengthening your marriage vows.
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In my situation, the truth about the affair came out slowly, horribly, over months and months. It included not only betrayal by my spouse, cold-hearted arrogance by the other adulterer, but the discovery of aiders and abettors who were 'supposed' long-term friends of the family. It was so hellish, that when I finally came out of fight or flight mode, settled enough to begin reading recovery books such as 'Repairing Your Marriage', the worst was over. What happened already happened.
This book has a lot of 'you must do this', and 'you must never do that' (while in the throes of it). I couldn't relate to the idea of a 'proper' way to conduct your self after being violently flayed open. Every situation is so very different. There is no real blanket advice. I just couldn't plug the rawness of what happened in my life into the 'clinical experiences', which this book is based upon, and end it all with meditations and visualizations. Couldn't get my teeth into it, even though I appreciated the work that went into creating this book.
A "must" book for every womans library to help her understand the male "ego".