Wilmington, NC (PRWEB) September 15, 2012
Marriage Sherpa released a guide for couples who are dealing with infidelity that teaches them how to forgive their partners in time. The website believes that the aggrieved party needs to heal emotionally and not resort to distancing as a coping mechanism.
Marriage Sherpa concedes that it’s hard to deal with infidelity.
“When you are hit with the news of your spouse’s cheating, it spins your world around. You may have had your suspicions, but until you unequivocally know the truth that your spouse had an affair, there’s really nothing to prepare you for what comes next,” says Marriage Sherpa.
The website also explains that suspecting something does not lessen the painful blow brought by your partner’s indiscretion. “Your spouse’s infidelity unleashes painfully raw waves of emotion, and you don’t know how you’ll ever escape this ongoing internal devastation,” states the site.
“It can be tempting to want to sidestep these emotions, ignoring them in hopes they’ll just go away on their own, with time and distance,” says Marriage Sherpa. Unfortunately, the website continues to say that this is not the right way to deal with the conflict.
Marriage Sherpa encourages couples to start healing emotionally through breathing retraining, distraction, and self-nurturing.
Despite the pain the injured party feels, Marriage Sherpa urges them to be sympathetic to their partners. “Even cheaters can go through emotional turmoil thanks to their thoughtless actions,” the website closes.
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