After The Affair
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Cheating. Unfaithfulness. Affairs. Understandably, these words are likely to conjure up negative feelings and associations. Cheating in a relationship is a massive breach of trust against a person to whom you pledged to be loyal. But has cheating perhaps been overly stigmatized, to the point where couples who might have been able to work through the aftermath of an affair have been preconditioned to believe that it just isn't possible? What are some common misconceptions about love that are exposed by an affair? And how does one come to forgive, if they wish to do so at all? Dr. Janis Spring is a nationally acclaimed expert on issues of trust, intimacy, and forgiveness, and the author of the book After The Affair.
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