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Recovering from infidelity is one of the most difficult challenges any relationship can face. For the person who was cheated on, it can seem all but impossible to regain trust, to get past the pain, and to even consider moving forward with the marriage.
So often, we (unconsciously) deal with pain by trying to show the other person what it felt like to be hurt – and we do so by acting hurtful. This doesn’t work… at all.
In one of our monthly calls, we tackled the tough subject of getting over the pain – putting those hurtful memories of affairs and altercations behind you. Holding onto to painful grudges can lead to long-term trouble in a relationship. Even if the problem has been addressed, apologies made, many people have a hard time
Are you interested in appearing on the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN) to tell the story of your relationship and serve as a source of encouragement to others? If so, please review the information on this page and complete the form below. As you may have heard, the OWN Network contacted Dr. Dana to help find
We’ve all seen the unfortunate news of Kristen Stewart’s affair with her director and the pain that she and Rob Pattinson are both under. This pain is amplified by all of the public attention. Affairs, whether physical or not, take a heavy psychological toll. Both members of a couple can suffer great emotional pain in
Here’s the next video in our blog series “Dr. Dana Answers Your Questions.” Today’s question is from Gretel: “I separated from my husband after I cheated on him. I really want to work my marriage out ….. i want to tell my husband and I don’t know how.” Please comment below the video to ask
A lot of married people (about 80 percent) in the process of a divorce are using a social network such as Facebook to cheat, says a survey of divorce attorneys. We’re coming across it more and more. One spouse connects online with someone they knew from school. The person is emotionally available and they start communicating
When Marcy and her husband moved to San Francisco a few years ago, she had no friends close by and was alone frequently while her husband worked long hours. Though Marcy, who asked that her real name not be used, says her husband was the “best friend someone could have,” the spark, and the sex,
In a 2009 Study by marriage counselor, M. Gary Neuman, it’s estimated that 1 in 2.7 men will cheat. These statistics are shocking. Yet sadly most people – men and women alike – still don’t know the real reasons why men cheat. Here’s a hint. It’s probably not what you think. In fact, in Neuman’s