I'm so sorry you are here. I know that what brought you here is grueling. Discovering an affair(s) can turn your whole world upside down and inside out!
You're likely reeling with a 1000 questions a second, and your mood might be going from ice cold to raging anger and complete despair (or be stuck at one of these). This mini course (guide) aims to help you understand which questions are okay to ask, and which ones not to. What to expect. What's 'normal' and the stages of recovery.
I am so glad you're looking for support. What you're going through is incredibly painful, and it can be really hard to see which way is up when the demolition of what you thought you knew is still in progress. This course has short video's covering some of the core points to help navigate the immediate crisis.
No need to decide whether you want to stay or go in your marriage right now. Your world has just been turned upside down, and you can take some time to figure out which way is up in your life right now (and what is left of the foundations of your relationship).
This course is not a substitute to therapy, but covers some of the key topics I would share with couples in my practice.
My hope with this course is to give you some practical insights into what you're going through, and what to expect, to help you feel prepared (and sane) during the crisis.
I hope to be a calm voice of support during the turmoil and give you a compassionate guiding hand until you decide what you want to do (go for therapy or coaching with someone for your relationship or yourself).
We will discuss some myths, the phases to expect during recovery, and I also have a chapter for the unfaithful spouse should he/she be wanting to know how to support you better during this time! (If you're the unfaithful partner reading this, then the course could help you understand what your partner is going through, why they're asking so many questions, which questions are okay and which ones should be kept for sessions, and how to support them during this time).