I’m not “excited”. That would be the wrong word.
I’m not “proud”. That is definitely the wrong word.
How about, “I appreciate.”
Recently she asked me to write a story about the consequences of my betrayal, secret-keeping, and escalating series of lies. I hope my experience will benefit others. Let the pain have a purpose.
Ms. Filler manages The Affair Clinic in London. She is a Relate-trained therapist with a Post-Graduate Diploma in Relationship Therapy. She has worked at Relate for over 8 years with couples and individuals presenting a diverse range of relationship issues.
I appreciated her approach of offering “confidential and non-judgmental relationship therapy.” There is clearly too much judgment on the issue of infidelity. Clear-headed third parties are essential for healing and finding meaning.
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Consequences are Personal
My infidelity, secret-keeping, and escalating series of lies have resulted in swift, unrelenting, expensive, and extensive consequences and punishments and will take years of my life to completely recover from.
Within five hours of discovery, my partner of seven years, C, immediately threw me out of our home where we lived for 5 years and sent me to North Dakota. Which almost sounds romantic unless you’ve been to North Dakota in December.
I have neither seen or talked with C since she threw me out 120 days ago.
Since then I’ve driven 27,000 miles, visited 16 states, and traveled to hundreds…
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