Don’t have your headphones or a private place to listen right now? Read the script here: How to Understand Your Spouse Who’s in an Affair (0:00) Your spouse is having an affair, and it hurts. All kinds of questions
Kimberly: The next question we have, this woman says, “I wanted to know, how do I trust my husband again? How do I help him build trust?” Joe: As we’ve stated many times, when we get a written question we
Kimberly: First question this person says, how can I get my spouse to listen to my wants and needs in fixing our marriage, even when he is still angry with me and he doesn’t want to talk to me? Dr.
How can the person who was once in love with you now be in love with someone else? Why is s/he no longer the person that you fell in love with? Why has s/he become someone that you hardly recognize?
If you are the spouse who has been hurt – or the spouse who did the hurting – there are key principles for building trust again in your relationship. The hurt spouse often feels anger, pain, fear, doubt, anxiety, and
What does it mean – and what do you do – if your spouse has had more than one affair? Does that indicate there is no hope? That you should end it and get away as fast as you can?
What does it feel like? How does a person get into this situation? Why does she love a man other than her husband? In this program, a brave woman who is with her husband but still “deeply in love” with
There is a difference between that feeling of love and being “madly in love.” If you long for that magically amazing love that is the focus of so many movies, TV shows, and novels, you may indeed experience it…but not forever.
What is going on in the head/heart of someone “madly in love” with another? Why do they do the things they do? Say the things they say? Make the decisions they make? What if a person is married to one and
Join Me in Celebrating…A Woman Who Ended Her Affair I don’t want praise or congratulations. I just want to share. Today, I officially broke it off with other man. For the past six months I was sinning and I never once
When a married person with strong values winds up in a limerent relationship with another person, it leads to cognitive dissonance. In that state, the person is emotionally and mentally miserable because their actions are in disharmony with their beliefs and values.
What to do when your spouse is having an affair and acts hateful towards you.
QUESTION: Should I perform an intervention on my husband who is having an affair? My Husband filed for divorce in Feb 2013 in response to me filing for legal separation. We have had little or no conversation since then, other
If you want to know how long affairs last, we must first establish what kind of affair it is. There are 3 different types of affairs. One night stands Allowed affairs (swinging, wife-swapping) Relationship affairs (the most common one we
QUESTION: I would like your wise opinion about how to deal with my husband who is involved with another woman. He’s coming today & I told him I want to talk but I don’t want to argue or get into
QUESTION: How do you focus? I find myself constantly on the very edge of anxiety moving into the pit of my stomach, losing focus, unable to think or cope with much of anything. I really do need to function. I
“Did I Push My Spouse Into an Affair?” We often receive questions like this: “Do all the faithful spouses play a part? I don’t think that we do. I think that’s a cop out/excuse for the cheater, and it makes the faithful
You’re preparing for a war if you are in a fight for your marriage. The war that is the fight for your marriage has probably already started. It may have been going on for a while now. It may be
At the beginning of 2015, Marriage Helper launched our online radio show and podcast, Marriage Radio. We’ve pulled out the most listened to episodes from 2015 and compiled them all here – for your listening pleasure. No matter what you’re
You are not quite sure how you got yourself into the affair, and even less sure about how to end an affair. You love your paramour but hate the sneaking and cheating. You vacillate between ending the affair and giving