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.

But as Dr. Frank has discovered, repairing a marriage after an affair is about doing the right things, but more importantly in the right order.

Talking about the affair can make all the difference. Some studies have shown couples who talk about the affair in detail have an 86% success rate of staying together. Those who don’t, a measly 55%.

But here’s something very important…

Talking about the affair will do more harm than good if you’re not empowered to take control of your own emotions first.

When you’re married and your husband or wife shares their most intimate thoughts and feelings with someone else instead of you, it puts you in a very vulnerable and difficult situation, even if there’s no physical or sexual intimacy between the two of them.

Emotional affairs can be just as devastating as physical ones, perhaps even more so.

Being cheated on, whether emotionally, physically, or both, leaves you with many questions and few answers.

Are you looking for answers to any of the following right now?

  • Why won’t my spouse share the details?
  • How do I deal with the vivid images that keep popping into my mind about the affair?
  • Should I forgive them and if I do, will they cheat again?
  • How do we ever restore the trust again?
  • Will it ever be the same again or will the affair always be in the back of my mind?
  • Did I do something wrong? How could they hurt me like this?
  • Do they still love me?
  • How can I keep it from happening again?
  • Why did they do it? Do they love the other person more than me?
  • What will happen when my friends, family, and children find out?

Not only are you left with dozens of unanswered questions, but affairs in marriage also leave you trapped and cornered in a whirlwind of emotion. Dealing with these emotions can often be the most difficult part.

Are you experiencing any of the following?

  • Betrayal
  • Agony
  • Disorientation and confusion
  • Sadness
  • Depression
  • Unsettled and untrusting
  • Suspicion
  • Sick and heartbroken
  • Feeling alone, rejected, and empty
  • Nauseated

And then, there are the horrible thoughts and images you just can’t get out of your mind.

Every time you think about the affair, even if it was just emotional cheating, you see vivid pictures of your spouse making love to another person.

You experience fear and hopelessness as thoughts of a crumbling house and an empty marriage surround you.

But let me assure you, you’re not alone…

Dr. Frank has developed a 3 phase system for surviving an affair, coping with emotional infidelity, and rebuilding your relationship.

His “21-Step Spontaneous Healing Plan” is a great place to start.

Dr. Frank’s methods have helped many people and I sincerely hope they can help you too. I know he’d love to meet you.


See If Dr. Frank Can Help You

Wishing you the best,
Derek
Emotional Affairs

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