Elin Woods: Should She Stay or Should She Leave?

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While the world watches what Tiger Woods will say in his press conference, one thing is certain. Elin Woods will not be present. Tiger's fans care about two things. They want him to return to golf, and many hope his marriage can be saved. The fate of the marriage hangs on a few critical moves by Tiger.

While Elin Woods deliberates divorcing her husband, Tiger's next moves are critical. "Tiger has the chance to become an advocate for monogamy, admit his mistakes and work on his issues," says Dr. Bonnie Eaker Weil, author of "Adultery, The Forgivable Sin." As an icon and public figure, Woods has the platform to become a "poster child" for adultery and become a model for transformation. Another star, Melanie Griffith, has used her troubled past to help others by creating a website to reach out to others in need.

Tiger Woods can become a legacy by educating others about the epidemic disease known as adultery. By telling his story and showing the world how the grief of adultery devastates families, he has a chance to redeem his reputation, and possibly save his marriage. Reports of the travesties, dalliances, and bed hopping drove him to seclusion and the possible death of his marriage. This is a perfect time for him to educate others that adultery is caused by stress, loss and separation. Coupled with the Bio Chemical Craving for Connection, Woods was a set up for adultery. This can be cured. He can help others. While he has much work to do, the public and Elin might be ready to forgive him, if he can exhibit reform and remorse.

"He can turn his image around, but it is going to take work and an authentic apology," advises Dr. Bonnie.

Dr. Bonnie Eaker Weil is known as the "Adultery Buster" and is the #1 Love Expert in the World. For further information on how to treat stress, loss and separation before it spirals into adultery, please visit http://www.doctorbonnie.com for contact info.

Dr. Bonnie Eaker Weil, PhD, an internationally acclaimed couples, children and family therapist, was named by Psychology Today as one of America's best therapists. New York Magazine recognizes Dr. Bonnie as one of the city's best therapists.

Dr. Bonnie has appeared on Oprah five times, was the featured guest in a three day series on the The Today show, and has been a guest on Fox, O'Reilly Report, CNN, 20/20, The View, Good Morning America, CBS Health Watch, CBS, ABC, NBC, Better TV, and Fox News.

Dr. Bonnie is a regular contributor as the relationship expert in Ladies Home Journal and was featured in the "Can This Marriage Be Saved" column three consecutive months. Her work has appeared in Redbook, Good Housekeeping, Men's Health, the New York Magazine. Parenting Magazine and USA Today have used Dr. Bonnie's expert advice to support features. Numerous other local and national media outlets have interviewed Dr. Bonnie.

Dr. Bonnie Eaker Weil is the author of five books with two best seller's Make Up Don't Break Up (coming out in paperback March 2010), and Adultery the Forgivable Sin, which became a made-for television movie. Her recent book, Financial Infidelity: Seven Steps to Conquering the #1 Relationship Wrecker, Penguin Group, is now available in paperback.

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