Trust and Infidelity

Dealing With Adultery - Start Coping With and Overcoming Adultery to Regain a Loving and Fulfilling Marriage

Dealing with adultery is a difficult and complex process. When coping with adultery, you're dealing with a lot of intense emotions; anger, jealousy, rejection, to name a few. Not only is the trust between you and your spouse destroyed, but overcoming adultery typically involves rebuilding your own self-image. In the midst of dealing with your spouse's betrayal, you're often left wondering what you did wrong, why you weren't good enough and what about you caused your spouse to turn to other people. Successfully dealing with adultery requires you to face some hard truths, overcome self-doubts and learn how to trust your partner again.

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Is Your Spouse Cheating? The Tell Tale Signs of Adultery & Infidelity - Gain Peace of Mind Today

If you're looking for signs of adultery, you probably already have reason to suspect that your spouse is cheating. Maybe he's suddenly started working late at work; maybe she's suddenly a lot more (or less) interested in sex; or maybe you just have a 'feeling' that all is not well. Dealing with adultery is an extremely complicated process, involving a lot of intense and complex emotions. If you need help dealing with adultery, check out the Save My Marriage Today ebook by Amy Waterman. However, if you're still looking for signs of adultery, keep these alerts in mind:

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Proven Methods for Rebuilding Trust in a Marriage

Trust is an elusive, but key element to any successful marriage. If you've got trust issues in your marriage, that marriage is very likely on its way to failure. Trust issues can arise from a variety of sources, including early childhood issues, low self-esteem, your spouse's poor reliability, broken promises or more serious sources, such as drug or alcohol abuse or an affair.

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