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Damage Control After Betrayal: Partners of Sex Addicts & Infidelity Survivors
The early days and weeks after discovering betrayal will be an emotional roller coaster for you, as well as your mate. To the degree possible, following some basic damage… Read more
Partners of Sex Addicts & Infidelity Survivors: Have You Been Gaslighted?
When I was a teen I was enthralled by classic movies. I especially liked the black and white films, the ones that had to rely on a compelling story… Read more
Partners of Sex Addicts & Infidelity Survivors: Morning After-Remorse
Beware of his remorse. Remorse is a common reaction for people who have done something they know hurts people around them—especially if they’ve been caught. An alcoholic in recovery… Read more
Empowerment Toolbox: Empower Yourself with the Wonder Woman Pose
Ever notice Wonder Woman’s confidence? How she conveys her sense of power? How you know her strength is about more than just her muscles? That she completely trusts that… Read more
Valentine’s Day is Painful for Betrayed Hearts
Many women look forward to Valentine’s Day as the celebration of their spouse’s love and commitment, the day he pours his love into your spirit. But if your heart has… Read more
Partners of Sex Addicts: Let Your Tears Water Your Soul
Let your tears come. Let them water your soul. Eileen Mayhew Letting down our guard, releasing the tension that keeps us taut, often invites our tears, tears that soften us,… Read more
Partners of Sex Addicts: Starting Today’s Resolutions
If the past year has been one filled with disbelief, pain, sorrow, fear, or pockets of white hot anger, you may be looking forward to putting it behind you and… Read more
Making Life Work for You
Life will work for me when I realize . . . the only walls, locked doors and prisons in my life are the ones that I have built. Mental Health… Read more
Is Your Online Friendship Too Friendly?
Take the following quiz to determine if your online friendship has become too friendly. Do you find yourself coming to bed later at night because you are chatting online?Do… Read more
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