New Course for Victims of Ashley Madison Hack Introduced

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With millions of families now at risk in the wake of the Ashley Madison hack, Melody Lovvorn offers a course of study for victims.

“Do not act rashly or out of anger or the desire for revenge. Healing from betrayal requires intention. It is not something that will healed with time alone.” - Melody Lovvorn

Melody Lovvorn is introducing a thirty-day course for those who were victims of the recent Ashley Madison hack. Melody Lovvorn is one of the owners of well-known marriage & family site Undone-Redone (http://www.undoneredone.com). Registration for the new, online course will open September 1, 2105. Those interested can find the information on Undone-Redone or at http://www.ashleymadisonhelp.com

While the Ashley-Madison hack will impact millions of families, the repercussions of infidelity are not confined to this single incident. Ms. Lovvorn worked on the course for a year with a plan to launch it in September 2015. The news about Ashley-Madison demonstrated that there was an immediate and pressing need for the information she assembled.

Experienced Teacher
Ms. Lovvorn and her husband Tray have a memorable and credible story to tell about their marriage. They were married in 1992 and divorced eleven years later. After six years of divorce, they were remarried and remain together. “Life Beyond Betrayal” is the collective wisdom and understanding I have personally gleaned from my own life along with hundreds of conversations in coffee shops, over the phone, and on Facetime with other women who have experienced betrayal and infidelity,” Ms. Lovvorn said. “I want to help people learn from the mistakes that I made so that their pain isn’t prolonged unnecessarily.”

Do Not Act Hastily
Melody advises people who make discoveries like this to avoid making decisions about their futures when they are experiencing emotional pain. “Your situation can be even more painful if you make decisions based solely on your hurt,” she advises. “Do not act rashly or out of anger or the desire for revenge. Healing from betrayal requires intention. It is not something that will healed with time alone.”

More Fall Out From Ashley Madison
The consequences to the people who registered on and used the site will take some time to conclude. While it is difficult to square the morality of breaking into a web site with one that facilitates morally indefensible behavior, the people who will likely suffer most are the ones who did nothing wrong. “Learning that the person you are closest to and trust the most betrayed you is devastating,” Melody recounted. “It is hard to imagine how much more it must be to have extremely private details about your spouse exposed on line.”

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