We live in a culture that does not approve of big feelings. We don’t approve of little feelings very much either. All the feelings that we have are … [Read More...]
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If you are struggling with sexual addiction your sexual behavior may feel compulsive or out-of-control. It may be creating negative consequences in your life and relationships that is causing pain for you and those you love. If you are the partner of a sex addict, you may be feeling intense pain resulting from experiencing betrayal, and confusion about what is happening and what to do next.
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Let’s talk about what you, as a betrayed partner, have a right to know about and be involved in when it comes to the unfaithful individual’s healing … [Read More...]
Educating yourself about betrayal is just like everything else in the healing process: a marathon not a sprint. Nevertheless, many of the betrayed … [Read More...]
When I was in graduate school we had to go on a day-long silent retreat. I was just beginning to understand that my spouse was dealing with sexual … [Read More...]
Man’s Search for Meaning by Viktor E. Frankl Psychiatrist Viktor Frankl's memoir has riveted generations of readers with its descriptions of life … [Read More...]
Recently I was sitting in a group for partners of sex addicts, and over and over again the women kept referring to being “triggered.” They sprinkled … [Read More...]
The Power of Showing Up: How Parental Presence Shapes Who Our Kids Become and How Their Brains Get Wired By Daniel J. Siegel One of the very best … [Read More...]
For many betrayed partners it can feel unbelievable that in the aftermath of being cheated on, lied to, betrayed and traumatized you are now being … [Read More...]
Help. Her. Heal. by Carol Juergensn Sheets and Allan J. Katz Carol Juergenen Sheets and Allan J. Katz have created a workbook/roadmap for rebuilding … [Read More...]
State of Affairs: Rethinking Infidelity by Ester Perel “Betrayal hurts but it can also be healed” Ester Perel writes. Perel has traveled the globe … [Read More...]
It Didn’t Start with You: How Inherited Family Trauma Shapes Who We Are and How to End the Cycle by Mark Wolyn The latest scientific research is now … [Read More...]
Neglect-The Silent Abuser: How to Recognize and Heal from ChildhoodNeglect by Enod Gray Neglect, often a hidden issue, can cause problems with trust, … [Read More...]
She Comes First: The Thinking Man’s Guide to Pleasuring a Woman by Ian Kerner Ian Kerner, an evangelist of the female orgasm and sex therapist, … [Read More...]
This post was originally published on PartnerHope.com Recently, I was listening to an audio recording of Brené Brown, Ph.D. As many of you know, … [Read More...]
Sexual Alarm System: Women’s Unwanted Response to Sexual Intimacy and How to Overcome It by Judith Leavitt Women are socialized from a young age that … [Read More...]
In June we held the first Sex After Betrayal: Reclaiming Your Sexual Self therapy intensive. It was a transformative five days of learning, growing, … [Read More...]
Female hand pushing dominoes on grey background In my previous two posts, we deepened our understanding of complex trauma, primarily focusing on … [Read More...]
I recently had the opportunity to be interviewed by Rob Weiss LCSW, CSAT-S on his podcast called Sex, Love and Addiction 101. We talked about working … [Read More...]
Nothing can prepare you for the moment you discover that the person closest to you, the person you count on the most, has betrayed you. If you have … [Read More...]
Every month we bring your way ideas and information on resources, media, or tools to be inspirational, motivating, or helpful in your recovery … [Read More...]
Dear CRR Community, We seem to be entering a new phase of living with Covid-19 where things are simultaneously changing and also remaining the … [Read More...]