Parenting from the Inside Out: How a Deeper Self-Understanding Can Help You Raise Children Who Thrive by Daniel J. Siegel M.D.
Daniel Siegel is a child psychiatrist who is also one of the leading experts on the brain and trauma. In this book, he helps parents understand the link between their childhood experiences and the relationship that they have with their own children. As children move through different ages and developmental stages it can often unconsciously trigger material from our own childhoods at those same ages and stages. This will then impact how we parent our children. Becoming more aware of your own story and how it is interwoven with your experience of being a parent is vital to parenting well. No one explains this better than Daniel Siegel.
After the Affair: Healing the Pain and Rebuilding Trust When a Partner has been Unfaithful by Janis A. Spring
This classic book takes on the topic of how to heal from infidelity. Looking at the impact that unfaithfulness has on both the betrayed partner and the couple and laying out wisdom and advice about steps to take to help yourself move through the pain of experiencing an affair. While not written to those dealing with sexual addiction in their relationship, the book still offers a plethora of information and helpful advice that can be applied to anyone who has experienced infidelity in any form.