Saturday, March 5th, 2011 at
Online emotional affairs are at an all time high as a new era of social media has been ushered in by networking sites like Myspace, Twitter, and especially Facebook. The entire social experience truly has been brought to the internet.
And your relationships could very well suffer for it…
One troubling sign which indicates the rise of emotional infidelity online is the fact web monitoring and cell phone spy software programs have gained popularity in recent years as a way for people to catch a cheater. To make matters worse, the advent of technology like smart phones has taken the entire social experience to completely new heights.
And why is all of this so important when it comes to emotional cheating? Read the rest of this entry
Friday, March 4th, 2011 at
Emotional affair recovery is an extremely difficult situation for many people. Most people don’t want their relationships and marriages to end. They want to work things out. They want to make things better than before. But most people simply don’t know where to start when it comes to healing after an affair.
If your heart is currently being torn apart by your partner having an emotional affair, sexual affair, or both, know you are not alone…even if it feels like you are.
The feelings of anger, shock, betrayal, anxiety, sadness, and helplessness can be extremely overwhelming when dealing with infidelity in marriage.
In his highly recommended online course, “How To Survive An Affair”, marriage counselor, Dr. Frank Gunzburg, states, “One of the most common reactions people have when they find out their loved one has cheated on them is a sense of aloneness. The person who has been injured by the affair often thinks, “Why me? Among all the people in the world, why did this happen to me?”
Infidelity in marriage happens more often than you might think. Although reliable infidelity statistics can be difficult to come by, one thing’s for sure: you are not alone if your relationship has been shattered by an affair. Read the rest of this entry
Monday, February 21st, 2011 at
Emotional cheating signs are often subtle and can be hard to detect, but changes in a spouse’s behavior can often signify cheating in relationships if you know what to look for. What a person feels on the inside can be extremely hard to hide on the outside, so if you pay attention to what your spouse says and does, you’ll often pick up on signs of emotional infidelity quite easily.
Once you’ve picked up on signs of an emotional affair, you’ll need to trust your gut instincts. This can be one of the hardest parts of dealing with infidelity in marriage.
Even when you know in your heart your spouse is cheating on you, it can be extremely difficult to trust your extincts because you’ll often find yourself making excuses for them. You’ll find yourself convincing yourself it’s not true or accepting their lies and deceit because you don’t want to face the reality that you really have been betrayed.
If your heart is telling you they are cheating and you need proof, software like Spouse Spy can give you the answers you’re looking for. Sometimes doing your own investigative work is the only way to get the truth. Read the rest of this entry
Sunday, February 13th, 2011 at
Although emotional cheating can be an extremely controversial subject, the term can broadly be defined as emotional unfaithfulness. When you start to share intimate thoughts and feelings with someone who isn’t your spouse or partner, then you begin to walk the fine line between friendship and an emotional affair. And that’s precisely the point where things become controversial.
Emotional cheating doesn’t involve physical intimacy or intercourse, so it can be much harder to define than a sexual affair. When your spouse or partner has sex with someone outside of your relationship, then the situation is pretty cut and dry. Either they had sex or they didn’t. But with an emotional affair, it can be much more difficult to draw that line and determine where “friendship” ends and an “emotional affair” begins.
Is having lunch with an opposite sex co-worker off limits? Is listening to a friend and discussing intimate details of their personal life and relationships considered cheating? Does calling or texting a co-worker outside of work violate the relationship and cross the line? These are difficult questions with difficult answers. Read the rest of this entry
Monday, January 24th, 2011 at
In today’s technological age, emotional affairs are becoming an ever more troublesome relationship problem. Cell phones, email, computers, and the Internet have made it easier and easier to communicate discreetly with people around the globe.
Unlike a sexual affair where it is necessary for two people to meet to carry out the physical act, emotional affairs can occur with someone completely on the other side of the country or even in a different country. With advances in technology, your spouse can spill their heart and share their most intimate thoughts and feelings with anyone, anywhere, anytime.
With this in mind, emotional affairs and emotional cheating are, in many ways, even more devastating to a relationship than physical affairs. There are several reasons for this. Read the rest of this entry
Wednesday, January 19th, 2011 at
If emotional affairs or physical cheating have your relationship teetering on the edge of extinction, there’s someone I’d like you to meet.
You see, I’m glad you’re here, but I wish we could have met under different circumstances.
Since you’re here reading this, chances are you feel betrayed by someone you dearly love. Maybe you were even the one who broke your partner’s trust and developed a deep, emotional or physical connection with someone else.
I don’t know your exact situation, and I may not be able to help you personally, but I do know someone who I think can help.
His name is Dr. Frank Gunzburg and for the last 31 years he’s made it his mission to help couples who are desperate to save their marriages after affairs.
If you’re worried about having your marriage torn apart by a marital affair, the statistics below may give you hope. Read the rest of this entry