Contrary to what people claim, not everyone wants their loved ones to grow, they simply want them to change.Read More 03: More of This and That
The cynical and bitter will call it image management.
Everyone else will call it adulting.Read More 02: Own Your Shame
During Week 2 of Affair Recovery’s Hope for Healing’s seventeen week program the participants are asked to answer the question, “How did I get here?” and read it to the small group.
Below is my response.Read More 16: A Love Letter to the Betrayers – How Did I Get Here?
Thoughts on Affair Recovery’s “The 20 Most Common Mistakes of the Unfaithful Spouse.”Read More 01: The Unforced Errors – Thoughts on Affair Recovery
Feelings are data, not directives.Read More 13: A Love Letter to the Betrayers – Safety
I will just set this here for you: whether you know it or it or not, you are valuable, you are worthy. Even when you fail. Even when I fail.
Remember.Read More 62: Sacred to the Touch
I don’t really have much to add at the moment. Frankly, what I experienced at the train depot was eye opening and has left me disgusted with myself and others.Read More 59: The Queen is Dead
Here are a few of the lessons learned since that dark, unhappy, and personally blackest of Black Fridays two years ago.Read More 54: Lessons from a Black Friday
Lisa Arends asks “After being cheated on, it’s natural to question if the entire relationship was a lie. Is it possible for people to cheat on someone they love?”
Of course you can.Read More Thoughts on Lisa Arends Video: Can People Cheat on Someone They Love?
We are what we embrace. If we embrace the problem than we are the problem. If we embrace the solution we are the solution. If I embrace shame do I not become my shame?Read More Thoughts on Pema Chödrön’s Non-Aggression and the 4 Maras