I came back from walking the dog in a blue funk. I was feeling worthless, I couldn’t believe my husband loves me, that I deserve his respect, he just does the dishes, laundry, walks dogs, buys groceries, works on the house, fixes things, etc. 1,067 more words
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I don’t know how normal this is, but I have developed a morbid fascination with the woman who chose to have sex with my husband. I suspect some wives may handle the situation by not wanting to know, but for me and my inquisitive nature I have felt compelled to find out more about her. 2,700 more words
Is agreeing to work on my marriage after my husband’s infidelity an act of generosity, self preserving behaviour or sado-masochism?
I have been asking myself a version of this question since the disclosure of my husband’s infidelity (August 3rd 2012) and our subsequent decision to attempt to repair our marriage rather than seek a divorce. 1,075 more words
I have recently come across a beautiful Japanese concept that has helped me to visualise and articulate what has been happening in my marriage following the disclosure of my husband’s affair. 525 more words
If you have read much of my blog, you know that one of my areas of specialization is treating sexual addiction. Whether addiction is involved or not, if there has been sexual infidelity or other betrayals of trust in the relationship, the partner is often traumatized. 1,066 more words