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You’ve never felt so devastated
Marriage Counseling in Dallas for Affair Recovery
The rollercoaster of emotions has been so intense. The ups and downs, twists and turns. You feel torn in two. Your gut is telling you to RUN. You’ve never felt so confused and uncertain. Should I stay or should I go? Should I run away or turn and fight? Your partner had an affair. Is it too late for marriage counseling?
Before you found out they were cheating, you were suspicious. You had a gut feeling that something wasn’t right. You found yourself feeling concerned, more suspicious as the hours ticked by. It was the way your partner seemed to hide their phone from you. Or how they suddenly had to step out of the room when it rang. Maybe, they started suddenly having to stay at work later than normal.
Or maybe there wasn’t anything in particular, but over time your intuition was screaming that something was wrong. You weren’t sure, but something seemed off. You told yourself that you were just being paranoid. You reassured yourself that your partner wouldn’t betray you. But the feeling persisted.
Then you found it. The evidence that confirmed your suspicion, your deepest fears. Your partner was unfaithful. BOOM. Your entire world came crashing down. You felt crushed, shocked. You wondered, “how could I not have known?” “How could I have been so stupid?”
You’ve never felt anything like this before. You never knew that you could endure so much pain… and you’re still not sure if you can. Now you’re left sifting through the rubble, trying to pick up the pieces of a broken marriage.
Healing is possible
Marriage Counseling Can Help You Pick Up the Pieces
Sure, you knew your relationship wasn’t great. Maybe you even suggested going to marriage counseling or working with a couples therapist. And sure, over time the romance faded and with it your sex life. Shit happens. Life happens. Even the best marriages go through tough times.
But miserable marriages don’t cause infidelity. After all, you were there, and you were faithful.
Or, maybe you believed that you and your partner had it figured out. You thought you had a successful and fulfilling marriage. Only to find out that even your marriage wasn’t “affair-proof.” No matter the circumstances, I want you to know that the affair was not your fault.
The affair was your partner’s choice.
You’ve lost so much already. You feel like your entire relationship was a lie. You wonder if your relationship is doomed. There is so much anger and disgust. Part of you wants to just focus on yourself and start again with someone else. You want a clean slate.
And yet, part of you wants to fight. There are so many precious memories, so many loving feelings. You wonder if your relationship can rise from the ashes, stronger than before?
The feelings that you have about your partner’s infidelity are normal.
You want your partner to understand the pain they have caused you. They need to be held accountable. But, you’re not sure how they can ever make things right between you. You need your partner to understand your emotions and see the effect the affair has had on you.
You need them to be able to comfort and hold you in your pain, not shy away from it and hide in their own shame. You want them to understand that no matter how long it has been since you found out, you may still have bad days. Days when the thoughts come flooding back. Days when you question everything.
Marriage Counseling Can Help
You’ve been hurt, and you’re not sure you can save your marriage. Marriage counseling for affair recovery is a specialized service that can help you and your partner heal from the pain of infidelity.
It won’t be easy. In fact, it might just be the hardest thing you’ve ever done. Affair recovery is possible.
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Good Couples Counseling Helps Improve Your Most Important Relationships
Most people think couples counseling is about the relationship- communication, parenting, sex… While all of those things are important, you cannot ignore that the relationship is made up of individuals.
Your most important relationship is the one you have with yourself. This isn’t a “you have to love yourself first” kind of thing. It’s deeper than that. In order to share yourself with another, you have to know yourself.
In successful relationship counseling, you can’t ignore the two (or more) individuals that create that relationship.