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But would you take it up for a spin? The years and experiences I have had were critical in the development of what we now sell, which the article only touches upon, to people like you in order to ensure success. Trying to do this on your own at this stage is unwise and a set-up for certain failure. If it were otherwise I would be the first to tell you.
I enjoyed this article. I stumbled upon it through online searching for help on what to do. I found a video that a girl had sent my husband in February. I know he would never physically cheat but the online things hurt me. I need help on what to do to help my marriage grow stronger and to help fulfill he urge to wander. Any advice would be appreciated! Courtney has done what many women do that will only make matters worse and tops it off by offering a solution that merely enables him.
It is not an easy assignment in our world because there is so much confusion but I have made the process doable by anyone who is as sincere as Cortney. Her husband, like all men, needs the unconditional love of a woman expressed in ways he understands. It is really that simple. Hopefully, Courtney will choose the course for women. In her case it would work perfectly. Both she and her husband would swim in the love and bask in their newfound ever-expanding happiness and never look back.
My husband and I met 13 years ago and we blent our kids together as a family. Now our kids are adults and we feel lost. My husband started going to the gym 4 hours a day, got a sports car, and started to become distant.
I gave into him hoping the distance would go away. But this back fired. He started an emotional affair with a woman I actually became friends with after double dating. Swinging never worked out for us as couples together but he and the wife were texting intimate things like I love you baby.
Her words to him burn in my mind. This statement was far more hurtful than their saying I love you. I did confront him. Our marriage did go straight down the tubes. He found out and says this may be a deal breaker for him.
Now that I made these mistakes, and with me being a monogamous loyal person and him wanting more kinky sexual encounters, can our marriage be saved.
I have already vowed to not look back. Forgive him. And be more positive. I made a commitment to fixing this because the crime is far less excruciating than losing him.
Please help! Dear Rachel, I understand your and see that we are in the same boat, I just want to know how you over came it!!! You know I was reading your article, and what what r u trying to sell…I am a woman who was meant to be a mother and house wife and I have been with the same man for 17 years and from the start he has been on numbers and dating sites. I have been the one to be loving and pleasing in and out of bed. I have done everything, everything to hold us together and he does nothing…So tell me…where have i gone wrong, how is any of this my fault in any way?
Audrey Your situation is not pleasant to hear about. Were you aware of his calls when you married him? Some men never mature, even when they are married and have children. In those situations it is nearly impossible to do anything other than endure, and cover, so your children are unaware. However, in most homes where the husband has strayed it is because he gave in to temptation instead of opening up to his wife.
In far too many of those cases the wife is oblivious of her failures and would not listen even if her husband laid it out as succinctly as I do. Its NOT her fault! Its a problem with a lack of true marital knowledge.
How many understand how to gauge their own behaviors? Express love as a natural part of their life? How to create ongoing intimacy? How to be truly compassionate? If you want a truly happy marriage it is well within your power. However, my conclusion is it mainly comes down to the mans needs not being met, either emotionally or physically. It always seems that women are the givers, and at some point when they get fed up with giving and express that dissatisfaction with the status quo, then men go looking elsewhere.
Women have to be so many things in a marriage, wife, lover, carer, mother, supporter, decision maker, cook, nurse and bottle washer! Men never wear that many different hats. The same question comes from men who read articles addressed to them, about their wives. The person who seeks help has the power to change only themselves so that is what I offer, only that which is useful to them.
Keep in mind that his negative actions are no excuse for your undesirable behaviors. My husband drinks and goes on Tinder and talks to women, has sent naked pics, went on a few dates, and invited one woman over. He says nothing sexual happened. He had been drinking the whole time. I had problems with my sex drive as newlyweds due to birth control pills and he never seemed to be able to let that go because we were supposed to be in newlywed sexual bliss. We waited until we were married for sex.
I felt I was robbed of the experience and have asked him for compassion. He has refused and thinks only about how HE was robbed of the experience.
I was thrown in to an alcoholic marriage and rarely connect with him on an emotional level. He continues to drink and treats me in nasty ways. A few times our interactions turned physical when he drank.
So naturally, sex feels like a transaction to please him. How am I supposed stick around for this? And our children?
You are like two children fighting over who should go first and keep spiting each other, though he seems better at the negative and is in self-destruct mode. You can be the first to take the first step if you want but you need to do so without all this resentment which means you need to deal with your mind by getting it to do what you tell it to do.
The best solution is the course for women we have at The Marriage Foundation. Really, talk of divorce when you can save your family? You are correct in stating that web sites like Ashley Madison need to disappear from the face of the earth. I know from personal experience that affairs are like atomic bombs, they destroy everything in their path. I filed for a divorce immediately. We were married for over 20 years.
I also discovered that he had been cheating for the 2nd time, this time his affair partner was a married woman. I believe no marriage can be salvaged if the wayward spouse refuse to change and develop a moral compass.
I could no longer accept my ex-husband dishonoring me and disrespecting our teenage daughter. I think not. Dear Msjay I am sorry for your personal experience. I know many therapists, if not most, suggest infidelity spells the end of the marriage. But that is not our experience.
I only wish we could have been there for you and your family. I later discovered that he had at least 4 other sexual affairs and was fired from his job for downloading porn images. Thank you for your well wishes and keep up the good work. Be blessed! The past is the past, and I am glad you have moved on to raise your daughter well.
It is rare, no matter how awful things may appear, to have to lose a marriage, thanks to our discoveries about marriage, and the way we approach it. Many thanks and blessings for sharing your story and confirmation about the Ashley Madisons of the world.
I read your article. It was an interesting take on things… I am 6 months into my new marriage, recently discovered my husband has been on a sex dating site.
FFS really?? Wrong or right I felt better confronting him, I am glad he is gone and if he thinks the grass is better well so be it. Hi Bella, You know the article was not written for newlyweds, but for marriages where there are children, and saving the marriage is of a much higher importance. In your case you did the right, and recommended thing. Please read my article on Newlyweds Having Second Thoughts.
I am sorry for what you have been through! My husband and I have been married 8 years but I feel like it never was a marriage. From the start a week after we were married he was talking to other girls. All throughout are marriage he has done this.
All the same story. I feel like our marriage was a big waste of my time. We have 2 kids and guess what after each kid was born in found him talking to other girls. even underage. He does everything you can think of to do. Fuck book, Kiki, snap chat, creating different email accounts. Ando bc he has. ptsd and tbi I make it an excuse. Yet here I am trying to make it work.
In our marriage help program for women we begin with how to manage your mind so the impact is greatly lessened, and how to see your husband as having a disease to contend with, that hurts everyone.
Then, we go over marriage in depth, so all your expectations can be realistic. Your husband is reacting; to your behaviors, as well as his own misconceptions. Every man will react differently. You cannot alter the things in his mind, but you can alter the outer conditions, meaning how you are with him. In most cases that is more than enough. In some cases the husband might be using alcohol, drugs, or be impacted by something nobody can see, and those cases are tougher.
Bur usually the marriage should get better in ways you cannot now imagine.. try to not give up. So, what courses are there? And he was a really bad drunk. I need to feel loved as well. Dear Sarah My suggestion for you is to take our program which is unconditionally guaranteed.
I am not saying it will work, because of the drugs and alcohol. But there are many things you can do to be less victimized, and maybe help your husband to see the light.
Good Luck to all of you. Good job Lorie! Now, if you wish, you can learn more about marriage and take yours to a higher level, without fear of making mistakes. Marriage is scientific! He was on his own for a long time and I think they were his female companionship. We both are seniors with very bad experiences in the past and he has many good qualities. I think his male self esteem has been seriously compromised from the past.
While I am not threatened by them, I know they indicate that our relationship is not what I want it to be. He is very afraid to open up but is doing so slowly. I agree that confrontation is unlikely to benefit anyone.
It does not take away from the good stuff in our relationship. I have recently started sending him love song videos which he seems to appreciate.
I have had, at various times, to make the decision as whether I want to promote this relationship or end it. I have decided to promote it.
His communication with me about deep issues and also just to keep on touch when he is away is improving slowly but steadily. At some point I may share with him that I know about it, but in a kind way acknowledging that he has some needs that are not met in our relationship. Since he has been doing it for a long time before we met I would not expect that he would drop it immediately. None of us is perfect. Your ability to weigh the positives against the negatives and let go of the negatives will allow your love to grow without restraint.
Not building expectations that cannot be met is further proof of your innate wisdom, and your refusal to be influenced by trendy and false crazy ideas is admirable. I think you would enjoy our book. You remind me of one our earlier coaches, who was a MFT and he taught psychology at the collage level.
You will do very well with your man, and when you marry you will be able to enjoy much more connection. Blessings to you both. Thank you Paul. Which book is that? I taught at college for years — in the area of the sciences mainly. Developing that was my first priority. My students taught ne much. You will enjoy and benefit from my books, Breaking The Cycle, or Lessons for a Happy Marriage, both of which are available in the menu.
Thank you for your inputs. In the past year I have found several dating sites my husband is linked to. I confronted him when I discovered a contact in his phone disguised as a male but was really a woman from one of the sites. He deleted the sites but this past week I saw more accounts linked to an email he claims not to use. These sites are specifically for affairs and hook ups.
There were even pornographic in his drafts folder. The most recent blow in the course of 48 hours was finding him texting a former friend of mine that slept with my boyfriend back in college.
He claims she texted him and told him to disguise her number. I just recently moved across the country for his new job and we have a young child. Dear Molly, I think you wrote to us, but I will answer here for the sake of others.
Marriage is not a plaything or temp relationship, but the way media approaches it we all have ideas about marriage that makes it tough to make it work. I would not condone any actions which are not marriage building, but the truth is your husband, and you, do not know until you know. The very purpose for our existenceis to teach marriage. Either take our course or read our book. Your situation is not only fixable, but you can use this as a wake up call.
As a single woman who uses websites to seek out single, eligible partners I cannot believe the number of men who are married and seeking out a relationship of some sort or another posing as single men. I do not knowingly date married men and I was shocked at the number of married men I encountered on line. I made dates with these men thinking they were actually single.
It became obvious to me at a certain point that they are still heavily involved with a woman in some way. Honestly, the problems these men have are worthy of a paycheck for me! I am not a marriage counselor, but it seems to me that is the role I play for these men. A lot of times I feel they are actually trying to understand why their marriage is so bad and what they can do to make it better. I am an honest and perceptive woman. Most of these guys need some help and usually their marriages mean more to them than being single or getting divorced.
There is a breakdown in the marriage somewhere along the way. When I discover the men are married I just converse with them politely.
I think these men are very confused and do not know how to go about repairing their marriages. These guys all claim they are not happy but they have no plans to divorce or remarry. So women — arm yourself with this thought. So just because your husband is on a dating website do not assume that he is willing to throw your marriage down the drain or will find a regular woman who will go for this unless she is desperate to have a child and entrap a married man.
I f you want your marriage to go down the drain and the guy has been a handful, I could understand why you might want to throw in the towel.
From what I have seen of most of these married men they have really lost their way in the marriage. Most of them have no plans to divorce or remarry right away. Try to work on your marriage unless the man has been utterly disgusting has sex with your sister, is involved with criminal activity, is abusive to you or your children.
A lot of the guys have career or substance abuse issues which will usually not go away by replacing their wives. And of course most normal women do not want to get involved with a married man with financial, legal or substance abuse issues! Most of these guys need a fresh perspective on their marriage and their lives, not a divorce.
I also meet married men when I am out socially who are cheating on their wives. I am not a therapist nor am I affiliated with this website. These guys are truly lost but it seems very evident to me that they are not planning on divorcing or remarrying.
I think people often forget about basic love and respect in their marriages. I always act like a lady on every date. The guys I have met said they had fun or enjoyed my openness or honesty. I am sure they found me physically attractive as well, but it seems like a different perspective is what attracted them the most.
A lot of people seem to say they are no longer in love, but I think they have forgotten how to keep the relationship lively. Why is the guy taking me out to dinner or out dancing to a new place he has never been to with his wife?
I think the answer is that one or both of them has forgotten the initial fun and attraction that characterized the reason for their initial union, and the unique way they have helped one another along in life. I agree with your opinion. May be worsened the situation. I have 5 years old daughter and hence feel sceptical to take any bold step. I am trying my best to understand his psychological and physical needs, and trying to fulfil at his requirement level. I have started to show him more love and attention; and trying to motivate him a lot because his professional life is not good from past many years.
Please advise me if I am incorrect somewhere. I have two questions, please advise me: 1. How to maintain my sexual life? But I keep going to him after few days.. sometimes week and give more days gap intentionally. How do I help him come out of online dating, affairs etc. Also presently he is staying in different city because of his work. I am glad you followed that course of action. Turning from taking things personally to compassionate understanding is a powerful medicine that you need to take for the rest of your life.
answer yo question 1, is to work on the relationship first, but always letting him know how much you love his lovemaking see the difference? question 2 is you cannot, so do not try. Please read one of our books or take the course…you will be fine if you become knowledgeable. I understand that the advice you are giving is logical. It could work if the man truly is in love and just acting badly. It makes me cry to read though.
I feel as if this behavior destroys me. Why must i be so much better then i am to deserve to truly be cared for. My brain says people are human and they can hurt you and love you at the same time.
My heart says no, i have loved you and you have used me. How nasty that you should do that and the only way i can fix it is to go on and on feeling so unloved while i try to win you. I am confused! Dear Betsy Your confusion is completely understandable, and very common. We give and give and give. To the end of the earth and yet we should be the ones to change more? To live more so that we can win him back? He refuses to get help, counseling.
Dear Kris Can you recall one time in your life that resentment actually accomplished anything good? Because I have never seen or heard of anger, vengeance, or expectations ever create a positive result. Our point is that those who escape their marriages, their wives, by going onto porn sites, or looking for sex fixes, are running for a reason. Is it right that they should do so? Of course not!
But neither is it right that a wife would abandon all loyalty, and all compassion, to express her disdain for the man she married by condemnation. Your husband is not perfect. Neither are you. We are here to help marriages, and we are very good at it. Our clients are successful. But we will only alter our ways when we find a better way to heal marriages.
Confronted him and he denied, denied, denied. Gave him photocopies of proof, then he started being affectionate to me. I wanted to throw up. So we finally talked and I chose to continue the relationship if he could confront the ex and tell her he would not be speaking with her anymore. He did. I thought we had worked things out. Recently my girlfriend tells me he is messaging her through a dating site. Asked him why he was on a dating site. Again deny, deny, deny.
I joined the dating website and messaged him. Still he denies that he got my message. The site confirms that he was online and got it. So do I continue to be treated like an ass at home while he is doing whatever when I go to work to support us both???? must I just endure it and fix it myself. Somehow I do not think you are married. and, yes, there is a difference.
The things you did are aggressive, confrontational, intense. What would your reaction be? I do hope there are no children involved. Neither of you are educated enough to raise children properly, and perhaps not mature enough either. You do not ask questions that would help your relationship. So there can be no valuable feedback for you. I have more than one degree and have studied psychology and human development. I have two grown children that are doing very well.
those who are willing to look at themselves, with at least some scrutiny, can find a path out of their difficulties. Self-improvement is necessary when our old ways fail us. What is not being dealt with is the hurt and extreme pain that we endure.
What do we do with that??? Sometimes the only comfort is to let it go because harmony is much more tolerable. with repeat offenses, those feelings just keep getting exposed over and over again. Susan, you cannot control your husband, but you can learn to manage your mind.. It is not your husbands actions that are the root of your suffering, but how you perceive his actions, or better stated, how your mind perceives his actions.
Your mind will control you until, through educated understanding, you learn to control it. Then, and only then, can you be on the path to happiness. Our teachings are not to become a martyr. On the contrary. Our teachings are wonderful explanations so you can be happy. Dear Jan I can appreciate your comment about my advice as it applies to your own situation, but a general article is not intended to cover every situation, nor do I suggest that a few tips are always adequate to resolve an issue that is essentially a symptom.
My advice is to let women know that although it is not their fault their husband is yielding to this monstrous temptation, there are things they can do about it. The fact that you would trash me personally, says a lot about your personality and approach to your husband, who is much closer to you.
Your level of expectations of him are obviously greater than he can deliver, yet you pummel him in a public venue- venting. Where is your spiritually driven compassion? Would you expect a man with a broken arm to carry a piano? My advice is sound, based on the core principles we teach.
Not everyone can appreciate the depth, but we have seen much worse situations than yours get corrected. You have a done a great job protecting your children and remaining loyal. I wish you would study what we offer so you can do even better — Paul. I am a pretty woman. I get hit on all the time by men but I tell them I am married and not interested.
Anyhows I just found out about two months ago that my husband has 5 accounts on sexads. com site. How I found out is because I made an anonymous account on there and searched his name. Anyhows, he has been searching for local women to hook up with and be even prints out pictures of these women that are nude. It makes me furious about it. I tried to block this site but then he abuses me and calls me a bitch over and over. Also he drinks so that ads to the situation too.
I have tried to be attracted to him like I used to but he just wants sex. He is not an attractive man. He is very skinny and the alcoholism has aged him badly.
I need advice please!!! Dear Gail Alcohol is a terrible disease of the mind, and those who fall into its clutches have a very difficult time getting unhooked because it reduces the users will power, sometimes slowly, sometimes drastically. Our advice is for you to rise above your current situation, yes, but also take precautions that prevent you from sliding into the state he is in. We also advise you to create in yourself an attitude of compassion towards him, rather than disdain, because compassion forces you to up while not pushing him further down.
We have been together for 12 years and married 8 we fell in love with each other after both being in very difficult relationships, moved in together both having children from previous marriages, but we got through everything that had been thrown at us. I thought we always had this special connection not matter what we were there for each other.
I have just found on my husband computor he joined a sexy dating site chatting to woman saying sexual things he wanted to do to them and to arrange to meet one inpertiqular, I beleive this has not happened as i spoke to the girl, All i can say is i am heartbroken. I have confronted him I did scream and shout at first but that is because my husband the man i love destroyed me, he has deleted everything he tells me he loves me and he is sorry and that it became an addiction.
I am trying to pick up the pieces but i feel so hurt how could he do this to us, to us we were suppose to be solid. Suzy The test you are going through is difficult, to say the least, but that does not mean you will not get to the other side of this, and far beyond. This is a wake up call. What you do from here is up to you, and how you perceive what happened the reasons why will have a lot to do with what you do from here.
Understanding the difference between how men and and women relate to sex, due to biological drives and social training is essential for you. Then, when you have the option of feeling compassion instead of hurt, you will be able to move forward if you plan on being there for him. We have seen this situation many times before. We have never seen a failure at least with our clients. I have been married for 10 years. He is constantly checking his phone. He had put us in financial problems.
I feel sick to think that he could to this to me. I wish I knew about his life style before I got pregnant. Please what can I do I feel so alone. Dear Agnes Please contact us through our coaching…go on the website, and find the contact link. I have been married for 14 years, he has been acting weird latley so I decied to check his phone, and he is signed up to numerous online dating websites.
What do I do? Do I just keep my mouth shut and assume he is just browsing. And your spouse should know the same about you. Obsession with Responding to Online Contacts. Obsession with immediately responding to text messages, emails, and Facebook or Twitter messages is another sign that something fishy is going on. However, this warning sign must be considered among others. Truthfully, many of us are addicted to our phones and computers, and some of us are using them more for work and less for pleasure or in innocent ways to get our favorite recipes, chat with our family and friends—not the kind with benefits—and keep tabs on current events.
Leaving a Paper or Digital Trail. Look at your monthly cell phone bills and the browser history on your computer. These are telling signs of whether your spouse is embroiled in online cheating or Internet pornography.
You can see if you're spending more on text messages and whether there are foreign numbers on the bill. The Internet history can tell you something about the pages your spouse—and anyone else who has used the computer—has been visiting.
Weird Behavior. One telling sign of an affair is a change in your spouse's behavior. A spouse who is suddenly extra nice or extra mean could be compensating for an affair. One might be super sweet out of guilt or super mean in the hopes of justifying his or her behavior.
Double Life. Finding out about dual identities online—secret email addresses or social networking pages or a whole other identity in a virtual world—is a betrayal on its own. It's one that needs to be addressed both as part of a greater conversation about online cheating and as a separate talk about what is a must to divulge.
Whether either one of you is committing online cheating, you should sit down and have a conversation about what you feel is appropriate online behavior for married people.
Set some rules for yourselves, so you and your spouse know what crosses the line, and there's no question about right and wrong down the road. Or has it been a different person every time? When dealing with a cheating husband, ask him about exactly what fuelled his desire to cheat on you. Was it some sort of financial crisis that he was going through? Was it a horrible argument he had with you? Was he feeling unsatisfied?
Was he feeling adventurous and reckless? Was he under the influence? What was it? When your husband cheats, this is an essential question you should ask him. This is one of the things to say to a cheater. Now that you know about the infidelity , how does that make him feel? Does he feel awful? Does he feel guilty for getting caught? Does he feel sad? Ask him these questions. Say your husband has expressed that he wants to be with you even after cheating on you, be sure to ask him this question.
Make it clear to him that doing the marriage work will take a lot of effort. He needs to be proactive about making this work in the marriage. By not being loyal to you, your husband gave a clear-cut reason to push him away from your life. So, now it is very important that he explains why you should stay with him. When your husband cheats, after having all the difficult conversations , you need to ultimately understand how you feel about this situation. Your feelings really matter here.
So, gain clarity on your feelings. What should you actually do? Whether you want to stay married or leave him is dependent on a lot of factors.
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By Kristina Marchant — Written on Oct 01, If your man cheats online, my heart goes out to you and I know that finding evidence of his romantic, sexual or loving words written to another woman can be like a dagger through the heart.
I never went through this with my husband or with a serious boyfriend but I did briefly date a guy who had a harem of women that he 'Facebook-ed' with and the sexy things these women were writing on his wall for everyone to see made me wonder what was in his message inbox. We broke it off after a few months but even though we weren't serious, I was very heartbroken and angry when I read the cyber love notes on my News Feed.
I can only imagine how you feel and I send you strength and compassion. So, how do you handle him now that you have caught him cheating online?
And what if it's not the first time but the 5th or 6th? First, I want to ask you about the 'flavor' or gist of his connection with this woman or women? Or are they more intimate in nature two people soothing and tenderizing each other with comforting and loving words, as if sharing a deep care for one another? If your man is sending hot and steamy messages, he's probably using women to boost his ego and validate him as a virile man.
If your man is sending more intimate messages, more than likely he's craving emotional intimacy and feels unloved inside. Now that DOESN'T mean that you're not appreciating him enough or aren't showing him love. His feelings and reasons for going online have nothing to do with your worth as a woman and they never excuse his actions.
Please don't beat yourself up if your man cheats online-- he's the cheater! The reason I mention it at all is to simply say that men who send intimate messages are having emotional affairs, which can be even more painful to the betrayed partner.
I do find, however, that these types of affairs can offer more hope to the relationship than the affairs that are wrapped up in ego boosts. Those kinds of affairs are usually a sign of emotional detachment propensity toward serious intimacy problems and are even a characteristic of Narcissism. Doesn't mean your man is necessarily a narcissist.
It's best you are armed with a general sense of the issue at hand so you can know how you want to proceed. Afterall, he may lie to you about the extent of his cheating he may even be addicted to his cheating , and these are things you should think about. A couples' therapist or even your own personal therapist can better help you understand his motives and actions. Regardless of the type of affair your man is having, the first thing you have to do when your man cheats online is put up your boundaries.
You have to know what you will and won't tolerate. You should be prepared to stop being emotionally and physically intimate with him until he stops the affair. If you aren't prepared to kick him out, separtate or breakup, at least speak up and tell him that you are no longer going to be intimate with him until he stops the affair.
Tell him what you don't want in a relationship; "I don't want to be with a someone who has inappropriate conversations online with women"; "I don't want to feel this pain because of a man who goes outside the relationship for validation and intimacy. Be calm, direct, soft and honest when you speak with him. Take deep breaths and try as hard as you can to not to get hysterical, be an ice pick or act condescending.
Talk to him like he's a friend or a mature child who needs to understand how he has upset you and what you won't accept from him.
Refrain from arguing, blaming, yelling, begging, pleading, making passive aggressive comments and li'l jabs even if he gets defensive, acts clueless or becomes argumentative. In fact, express your boundaries and try to have no more contact than that. Hold back from engaging him. If he engages you in dialogues or even in loving physical touches, simply tell him again what you don't want in your relationship and if he isn't willing to talk about it or open up, leave the room.
If you have children in the house, remember that being a good parental team is still a must, but you don't have to allow him to use the kids to make you show affection and intimacy to him in their presence. Be kind and polite and keep your children out of it but still stick with your boundaries. Handling him in this manner allows both of you to cool down and process things.
It will show him that you are very upset and are strong enough inside to do something about this problem and not let it continue behind your back. It also shows him that you are mature and know how to handle yourself without getting overly emotional.
Most times strong emotional outbursts or numb cold shoulders keep us 'plugged in' to the drama instead of helping us crawl out of the blackness. If he does open up, listen to him and try to be proactive about the health of your relationship.
Tell him you want to seek counseling. If he admits that he's wrong lots of online cheaters claim innocence due to the nature of the connection and he apologizes, ask him why he does it. Welcome his honesty and try not to guilt-trip him; he may not even know why. If he has been having an emotional affair, ask him what he isn't getting from you that he needs. Refrain from prying or defending yourself. If you feel too emotional, tell him politely that you have to end the conversation for now.
Wait a few days letting things process, and then ask him if he'd like to resume talking about things or would like to go to therapy together. If he says no, remain calm and accept his decline. Refrain from getting angry, pushing him to speak or crying to pull him close to you. Leave him be. If your man cheats online, it's time you put the focus back on your life and your happiness.
Afterall, you have to focus on what you CAN control-- as much as you'd like to, you utlimately can't control him. At a slow and easy pace, I want you to be kind with yourself and allow time for extra sleep and room for all your feelings to be felt.
Be calm and still in your heart throughout your days in the mornings especially. Remaining calm and still allows you to slow down enough to stop bottling your feelings and putting your anxiety into nonstop working and doing at the job and in the house. It's important that you feel all your feelings right now and let them surface inside you. Whatever you feel-- anger, sadness, loneliness invite it all to emerge by not busying yourself too much. Take time to do little things for yourself and pamper yourself when you can: Stop by the farmers' market on your way home and pick out some fresh fruit for yourself or some cheeses.
Get a manicure and a pedicure. Go to coffees with friends and make a promise to yourself not to complain about your man for more than 15 minutes with them.
Read a touching and uplifting book. DATE YOURSELF. This is a big one. I want you to go on dates by yourself no friends. Go bowling, to the movies,to the park, to a fancy restaurant. Make a point to do this once every week and make it something fun and recreational.
His wrongdoing is a chance for you to get to know yourself better and spend more time having a love affair with yourself. You should even write yourself love letters. You can put a stamp on one and mail it to yourself. Or send yourself flowers. This is a beautiful way to celebrate the fabulous woman you are. Refrain from purchasing expensive jewelry, etc.
on his credit card or vengeful acts like that, because as delicious as that sounds to your ego, it's an act that's more about him than you. And YOU are what counts right now-- the you that's separate from him. When your man cheats online, it can shatter your self-esteem in ways you may not even be aware of. Suddenly, you may be doubting your sex appeal or questioning your ability to be tender and loving.
Because all these insecurities bubble-up, it's best that you 'unplug' from him as much as you can that also means no games, silent treatment, punishing him, ignoring him for results-- just mental and physical disengagement and take care of yourself best you can.
The rest will work itself out over some time. You may feel confident enough to leave after a few weeks or months of taking your life back or he may respond well to this new dignified, heartfelt, ladylike you who doesn't take any crap from a cheating man. My ebook Red Rose Woman: The Enchantress Inside You is all about taking your life back and owning your Female Fire your radiance, your vivaciousness, your confidence and learning how to stop giving men power over your happiness.
It takes you by the hand and shows you how to communicate with a man and how to touch him and make love to him in a way that makes you the queen and him the humble servant. It may just be what you need to feel strong again and face the problem head-on. This book will fill you with goddess energy! This article is for straight women involved with men who cheat, but I know that all different types of partners cheat-- men and women, straight and gay.
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