Avoid a Catastrophe and Heart Ache. Use specific, researched guidelines to decide: “Should I confront the Other Person or Not?”
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN:
Part1: A while back I wasn’t sure where I stood on this issue of whether or not to confront the other person.
Part2: I know that a large number of you at one level want to punch his/her lights out. (One form of confrontation!) Others are more subtle and think of devious ways to inflict pain.
Part3: Some are consumed by images and vivid pictures of the OP (and spouse) and think of “confronting” the other person.
Part4: Before my research I had a hunch that most confrontations would be a disaster and merely stir up the pot of pain.
Part5: I sent out an extensive survey and the 500+ personal stories and responses opened my eyes.
Part6: In analyzing those stories I came away with some important and valuable input.
Part7: Included in “Confronting the Other Person” are:
The relationship is now over but I believe I did the right thing when I found out and dealt with it the right way thanks to your book, otherwise I really didn’t know what to do. Nigel
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I appreciate this site being available to people like me who have many, many questions and concerns after an affair has been revealed. You are a big help. Jack
I often find myself wanting to talk to others that may be able to share some of their experiences with me. As you must already know, it’s a bit difficult sometimes to speak about your feelings of deception with those whom you consider friends. One of the biggest challenges is being able to face your pain and bring it to light so that everyone else knows just what you are going through. I found this site on a day when I felt so darn lonely, and just out of answers. I began reading some of the advise that you gave to others and for the first time I realized I was not alone in my struggle. Alan
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