Some victims of infidelity unwittingly become obsessed with the other woman.
Wilmington, NC –
(PRWEB) August 14, 2012 -- Marriage Sherpa, leading marriage counseling website, gives free tips on how to deal with infidelity, particularly the other woman. Some victims of infidelity unwittingly become obsessed with the other woman, says Marriage Sherpa.
The marriage counseling website identifies three signs that someone is obsessed with the paramour. These are 1) spying on the paramour, 2) adopting the paramour’s interests and 3) raging at the unfaithful spouse.
Marriage Sherpa recommends that instead of obsessing with the paramour, victims of infidelity should try to productively search for useful and interesting things instead of tidbits about the paramour. Reinvigorating one’s own hobbies is also helpful, according to Marriage Sherpa. Finally, jealousy can be redirected to ‘productive talk.'
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