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?

How can s/he seem to no longer care about me? About our children? About our life together?

The psychological word for it is limerence. That word describes people who are “madly in love” and all that goes with it.

In this program, Joe Beam explains in detail what limerence is, how it occcured, why it changes a person, and how it will end. (It always ends…)

More than that, Joe offers practical suggestions of what you should do if you wish to save your marriage.

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3 thoughts on “[PODCAST] Why Your Spouse Loves Another- Understanding Limerence- The Dr. Joe Show Podcast

  • March 30, 2017 at 10:20 pm

    I’m a betrayed husband and I am only 35 minutes into the podcast so far and everything that has been said is right on the mark with what is happening, how I am treated, and how out marriage is treated. Can’t wait to finish listening to it. Now, the question is do I have my wife listen as well?

    • April 6, 2017 at 7:19 pm

      Aw. Good question..

      That is a question you will have to answer.. I don’t know your exact situation..

      Have you looked into the Save My Marriage Course?? It can help you along this journey…

      Please call us if you have any questions!!!! 615-472-1161 We are here to help!

  • April 19, 2017 at 2:01 pm

    I have a question on limerence.

    What difference is this to actually falling in love? Surely at the beginning of my relationship with my wife we were both in limerence with each other and we have been together now for 12 years, we were both in a stable relationship when we fell for each other. She is now in an affair with a co-worker, after listening to the podcast you say it always ends especially if there are boundaries such as marriage but I just don’t see this.
    The hardest thing for me to understand is aren’t all people who have extramarital affairs in limerence with the AP!!
    What’s the difference between an affair and being in limerence…



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