Books

Affair Recovery

Not “Just Friends”: Rebuilding Trust and Recovering Your Sanity After Infidelity

by Shirley P. Glass (Author), Jean Coppock Staeheli (Contributor)
One of the world’s leading experts on infidelity provides a step-by-step guide through the process of marital infidelity—from suspicion and revelation to healing, and provides profound, practical guidance to prevent cheating and, if it happens, recover and heal from it. You’re right to be cautious when you hear these words: “I’m telling you, we’re just friends.” Good people in good marriages are having affairs. The workplace and the Internet have become fertile breeding grounds for “friendships” that can slowly and insidiously turn into love affairs

The New Monogamy: Redefining Your Relationship After Infidelity

by Tammy Nelson PhD (Author)
Everyone has their own concept of what “monogamy” means―and most people assume their partners and spouses are on the same page. Couples may assume that they are monogamous, but never discuss exactly what the monogamy agreement means to them. What happens when this implicit agreement is broken? After infidelity, relationships can become strained as both partners lose trust and faith in each other. The New Monogamy offers a way out of these difficulties for couples struggling to stay together after infidelity.

After the Affair: Healing the Pain and Rebuilding Trust When a Partner Has Been Unfaithful

by Janis A. Spring (Author)
Written by Janis Abrahms Spring, Ph.D., a nationally known therapist and acknowledged expert on infidelity, this revised and updated version brings the groundbreaking classic into the 21st century, with a new section dealing with online affairs in cyberspace. For women who are struggling in their marriage—and for clinicians, psychology academics and readers fascinated by of popular psychology—this newly revised and updated edition of After the Affair is essential reading.