A lot of people think it's out of the question to survive an affair. Any time it happens it feels like your life is over and there is no tomorrow.
Are your needs not being met? You are feeling hurt, betrayed and overcome as a result of your spouse's affair. Fed up with the lies and the wherewithal to trust again?
Trust Me... I've Felt That Pain!
As somebody that has been through an affair and dealt with an unfaithful husband or wife I know just how you're feeling. What undoubtedly follows the initial shock that "it" actually happened is dealing with the blow to your self-assurance, trying to get to the truth about the affair, determining whether or not to stay married, and trying to process the emotions and the images of the affair.
Why? Why did my spouse cheat? How could he or she do this to me, to our children, to our family? You may think you will never even know why it happened.
After discovering about the infidelity have you been wondering whether your husband or wife still loves you?
Did your husband or wife ever love you? Exactly how could this take place if they really loved you?
The concerns are endless… will our relationship ever be the same even if we can survive an affair?
Can we make it work once again? You may even think there is no returning and no healing the relationship.
Forget "Us" For a Second... Can I Survive an Affair?
I'm sure you're also asking "what about me"? What do I do with this agony, these feelings of betrayal, the confusion… am i going to ever regain my loss of self-esteem?
The rage is always there, underneath, ready to boil over. Can you really forgive?
I know you feel like your life has been blown apart and you are not even sure where to start putting the pieces back together… the family, the kids, the marriage… you still somehow need to juggle your career, your finances and definitely you need to cope with this inner emotional uncertainty.
--So Now What?--
What you need in times like this is an immediate intervention of relief.
Healing from an affair requires lots of time, total dedication from both spouses, and not to mention a ton of hard work. You can survive an affair but you and your husband or wife will have to work tirelessly at it.
I'm living proof.
In June 2004 I found out that my best friend (back then) was having an affair with my spouse of twelve years.
Not only that but she was pregnant with his kid.
I honestly believed I was going to die… at times I wish I would have.
However, after years of concerns, endless nights of sobbing myself to sleep and surviving in anguish; today I am happy, I'm looking forward to my life nowadays and what the future holds. The progress has taken time and I have times whenever I have ongoing thoughts regarding the affair however I'm very happy with my life today.
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