095: How to Get Past Cheating


How to Get Past Cheating

An affair is a betrayal that hurts like crazy and seems like it could be impossible to recover from, both personally and as a couple. It’s human to want to make him hurt too, to yell and throw things. It’s irresistible to berate him. From crying in your ice cream to asking your sister “How could he do this to me?” your husband’s infidelity can take up a lot of room in your head.

You’ll find yourself desperately looking for relief from the sharp ache. That’s when the doorway marked “End this relationship!” will look incredibly appealing. It will seem like the fastest way to stop the same relentless thoughts from cycling in your head.

That’s just an illusion though. The hurt won’t die with the end of the relationship. That’s the bad news.

The good news: You can absolutely end your suffering and save your marriage at the same time.

On today’s episode of The Empowered Wife Podcast we’re talking about how to get past cheating:

  • I’m going to share 3 specific ways you can recover and make your relationship better than ever
  • My guest Marybeth had been happy in her marriage for many years and never dreamed anything would go wrong. But after a serious car accident and a death in the family, things started to fall apart. She was in despair about the state of her marriage because her husband was so angry and detached. She didn’t see how it would ever get better, and she was terrified. But she decided to do things she had never done before to have the relationship she’d never had before. Today her marriage is full of laughter and love, and she says it’s a source of strength and confidence that she has turned it all around. She’s going to tell us exactly how she did it so you can do it too.
  • The Worst Relationship Advice of the Week is from a well-known magazine’s advice columnist who advises her dear reader what to do about her husband not helping when she asks.

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