Intimacy After Infidelity: How to Rebuild and Affair-Proof Your Marriage

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New Harbinger Publications, Nov 1, 2006 - FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS - 208 pages
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A Guide to Rebuilding Trust and Intimacy

It's devastating to discover that the person you trust the most has betrayed you. You'll be facing some hard questions after learning of your partner's infidelity. You may choose to rebuild your relationship, or you may decide to move on. Whatever the right decision is for you, this book will help you figure out why your partner betrayed you and decide whether you can remain in your relationship. It will also show you new ways to relate that can help you and your partner become a lasting, loving, and committed couple.

You'll start by taking a look at the phenomenon of infidelity and the three types of intimacy: self-intimacy, conflict intimacy, and affection intimacy. Then you'll learn about the three kinds of infidelity—those of fear, of loneliness, and of anger—and what each reveals about your relationship. Then it's on to practical exercises that can heal emotional wounds and enable you to recover your ability to trust. Even if you decide not to remain with your current partner, the book will help you make wise relationship choices to "affair-proof" your future relationship.

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This is a very useful resource for both counselors as well as for individuals in a committed relationship who experience infidelity. It is particularly addressed to the betrayed person in the ... Read full review

Intimacy After Infidelity: How to Rebuild & Affair-proof Your Marriage

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This much-needed book by two licensed clinical psychologists empathetically guides readers through a partner's infidelity. Using case studies and sound psychological concepts, Solomon and Teagno ... Read full review

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About the author (2006)

Steven D. Solomon, PhD, is a licensed clinical psychologist who specializes in couples therapy. He has been in private practice in La Jolla, CA, for more than twenty years. He is a founding director of the Relationship Institute and past president of the San Diego Psychological Association, the United Jewish Federation of San Diego County, and Hillel of San Diego. He and his wife, Esther, have been married for twenty-one years and are the very proud parents of their son, Lewis.

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