Infidelity is a wound, not a death blow.
Discovering that your spouse has been having an affair is one of the most devastating experiences you can go through. Feelings of betrayal, anger, and fear seem unbearable. Rest becomes elusive. You can’t stop replaying the details of what you know and yet you crave for more information; wanting the truth but fearing the answers.
Affair counseling and recovery is a difficult process. You find yourself asking important questions: How could this have happened? Can I ever trust my spouse again? Is my marriage worth saving? How can I be married to someone who did this to me (or someone I’m not sure I’m in love with anymore)? What did I do wrong? Should I forgive? When will the pain go away? Should we stay together for the sake of the children?
Trust with your spouse has been shattered and hope is at an all-time low. It may feel like you will never recover from this, but it’s important to know recovery is possible. It’s not easy work―it takes time and effort―but healing and growth can be a real outcome.
Maybe this is the end of your marriage. Maybe it's the beginning of a new version of it. Maybe you're not sure. Whatever your circumstances, we can help you through every step of the affair healing process.