Infidelity

Portland Relationship Therapist: 5 Ways Couples Move on after Infidelity

October 26, 2016 by

For many couples, adultery can feel like a final straw, with no solution but divorce.

However, infidelity can be forgiven, and there are couples that have moved on from the event to lead a happy, loving marriage.

If your marriage has recently been shaken by infidelity and you believe you need professional ...

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Relationship Problems: What to Do If You Think Your Spouse Is Cheating

August 15, 2011 by

Afraid your relationship problems mean your spouse is having an affair? The first sign of an infidelity is often a simple feeling that something just isn’t right in your relationship. Maybe you find yourself waiting more and more for your spouse to come home, or wonder why they’ve stopped being as affectionate ...

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Portland Marriage Counseling: Prevent Infidelity Before It Starts

July 14, 2011 by

In my work in Portland marriage counseling, I work with many couples who are experiencing relationship problems of varying degrees, but one of the hardest issues to overcome is infidelity. Finding other people attractive is natural. The key, of course, is to not act on that attraction. However, when you aren’t regularly ...

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Healing After an Infidelity, Seek Relationship Help

July 7, 2011 by

Infidelity is one of the hardest issues a marriage can face, but divorce isn’t inevitable. In fact, it may be hard to believe this now, but in my years working in Portland, Oregon marriage counseling, I have seen many couples emerge with a stronger and healthier relationship than before. Both partners need ...

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Infidelity: “Virtual” Facebook Cheating Has Real World Consequences

July 4, 2011 by

Infidelity can destroy a marriage in one misguided moment. As a Portland relationship counselor, I’ve seen this far too many times. Why, then, do so many culprits seem to think “virtual” infidelities on Facebook or other social media sites will be seen differently? And why, when confronted with these problems in society, ...

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