Discovery of your partners's affair can conjure up thoughts and feelings you never knew you were capable of. Only someone who has experienced betrayal can truly appreciate the range of potentially devastating emotions.
How can you sort out all these crazy thoughts and feelings and cope with it all?
Should you work to save the marriage - or walk away?
Can you learn to forgive?
Can you ever trust him again?
Who do you turn to for advice - or even just a shoulder to cry on?
Will family and friends turn against him if you spill the beans?
Will they push you toward what they think you should do?
Want to keep it just between the two of you – atleast until you work through it all?
But you still need someone to turn to....
Lauryn's book looks at these considerations and more. She talks to you as a friend, not a therapist, and shares her own personal story. She breaks down all the clinical therapist- speak into more basic, straightforward, heartfelt advice. Hers is the kind of advice that you'd get from a friend, one who's been through the pain. She shares with you what she did from the first suspicions of her husband's infidelity through the painful days and months after it was confirmed. Hers is a success story. It took time, effort and patience, but she and her husband managed to work through it. They now have a stronger, happier and more loving relationship than before his affair.
Every couples situation is unique. In her questioning manner, Lauryn helps you to take a good look at your own marriage. She helps you look at the what, the why and how-to in order to have your best shot at your own personal happily ever after.