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After an affair, rebuilding trust seems like an impossible task…

…and if your relationship has been rocked by an affair, you no doubt feel lost, helpless, hopeless, and alone.

You want help, but you don’t know where to turn or who to turn to – if anybody.

Your closest friends and family members can offer you support but perhaps they haven’t been through what you’re going through.

You may feel like there’s nobody to turn to who truly understands – who has been through the emotional train wreck that you’re experiencing.

emotional affair recoveryWho do you turn to when all trust is gone?

Well..I’m guessing we’ve experienced pretty much the same things that you are going through…

After my husband had an affair…

I had nowhere to turn.

The one person I used to turn to through anything was the one person I couldn’t turn to at that time.

I was devastated.  I was lost.

Perhaps you can relate.

After 25 years of marriage, my husband, Doug, had an emotional affair with a coworker.

Needless to say, I was propelled into a spiral of physical and emotional suffering. I couldn’t find the strength to do even the simplest of my daily tasks and I felt like there was no light at the end of the tunnel.

The single worst thing was the lack of trust I was now feeling.

The one person I trusted more than all others was now the one person I thought I could never trust again.  It was hell, to say the least.

But my marriage wasn’t the only relationship Doug’s affair affected…

I started to not only second-guess myself, but also my friends and family. I couldn’t trust myself, much less other people. I became consumed with wondering if our 25 year marriage was a lie.

My destructive thought process was toxic and was not only slowly eating away at myself, but my loved ones as well.

Months later, I came to the realization that I needed to learn to trust again.

When we said our wedding vows a quarter of a century earlier, I never would have thought this would happen. We’d been through good times and bad times, but this was truly our darkest time.

I began to wonder if trusting again would open new doors in our marriage and allow us a chance to start over.  Thankfully, that certainly turned out to be the case.

But how did we get there?

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