Betrayal Trauma: Tips for Talking with Your Spouse

Getting below the sighs, aggravations, and basic misunderstandings of trauma is important when trying to recover from adultery. If we don't, we can undermine recovery and the security so desperately needed in the relationship. This week, Laurie shares 3 useful methods to help stabilize and understand the danger level the betrayed partner may be sensation, with the supreme purpose of improving the healing process.

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2 Comments

  1. Very helpful insight. It has been over thirty years and I am still reminded and hurt by the betrayal.

    1. Damn! I hope you heal. That’s a long. I don’t want to still be feeling this a year from now!

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