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Overcoming Infidelity // For Betrayed Spouses

If your spouse has been unfaithful and seems unwilling to prioritize your marriage, don’t waste time crying, arguing or pleading. Start listening now, from any device, to this online audio/multimedia “crash course.” It’s your secret weapon in the fight for your marriage.

Yes, you can turn things around - you just need to know what I know

If your spouse has broken your trust by having or continuing an emotional or sexual affair – whether with a co-worker, a new friend or an old flame – and especially if they are being uncooperative or ambivalent, my empowering program can help. I’ll show you how to successfully manage this ordeal, from start to finish, in a sensible, dignified and plain-spoken way – yes, on your own. How you respond to this marriage crisis matters – so do yourself a favor and start doing the right things, right now.

It used to take me months of office sessions to provide this information; however, this format allows me to do it in a matter of hours. Listen from your mobile or tablet, listen in the car or at your desktop. Whatever you choose, these private “power sessions” can help you achieve real results. I will give you an uninterrupted stream of usable insights and precise strategies that have worked for my other clients – no small talk, just must-know content.

You’ll know my approach is right for you if you’ve wished for some practical direction during all of this, and if any of the below behaviors on your spouse’s part have you nodding your head in frustration:  

  • Denying or downplaying their actions
  • Blame-shifting or refusing to be accountable
  • Maintaining contact with their affair partner
  • Showing defensiveness, indifference or impatience with your reasonable requests to rebuild trust
  • Secretive or illicit texting, refusing to be transparent with their phone, passwords, etc.
  • Saying they're trying to end it, but making excuses to continue it - asking for more time or space
  • Refusing to answer questions in a meaningful way, or not wanting to talk about it
  • Lying or omitting relevant details
  • Failing to show genuine or lasting remorse
  • Showing sporadic or short-term cooperation, then reverting to previous behavior
  • Acting "confused" about their feelings for the affair partner and/or you - showing divided loyalties
  • Making "empty promises" to you

A no-nonsense approach to overcoming affairs

Debra Macleod, B.A., LL.B., is an international marriage author and conflict specialist. Her extensive experience, unconventional approach and discriminating clientele make her the only choice when it comes to top-tier relationship help. After years of running a successful office practice, she streamlined her innovative method into issue-specific course format and expanded her practice online. It is now the premier destination for online marriage-saving “crash courses.” You can listen to the audio introduction of this program below, and read testimonials from people – just like you – who found the help they needed.

Clear, confident strategies for people who are serious about prompting a change in their marriage

This empowering program helps you manage your partner’s affair, whether it’s over or ongoing, whether it’s emotional or sexual, whether it’s with a new co-worker or an old flame. It walks you through this marriage crisis from beginning to end so you can reclaim and rebuild your marriage. You have more control over what is happening than you realize and this course will help you use it in a positive, purposeful way.

Even if your partner is cooperative or honest right now, that may not last.

Unfortunately, many unfaithful partners re-connect with their affair partner or re-engage in dishonest behavior. Some are apologetic for a while, but soon lose patience with their spouse’s questions or sadness. You must know how to deal with changing emotions and events as they arise. This course can keep you prepared.

Plus, infidelity is complex, unpredictable and often recurs in marriage, whether in the same or a different form. This program can lead you through the specific circumstances of your current crisis; however, it can also teach you how to ensure something like this never sneaks up on you again. 

Contains over 6 hours of intensive audio guidance plus a variety of multimedia supporting content: video, workbook and print materials, Q&A’s, etc.  COST: $195.00 USD.  (Available for purchase only in the United States, Canada and Australia.)

This online-only program is worth thousands of dollars in private sessions with leading marriage author and conflict specialist Debra Macleod, B.A., LL.B. It can be streamed from most devices: mobile phone, tablet, computer. Take your sessions with Debra “on the go” as you listen on your commute. Or watch the calming background video at a coffeehouse or at home while you work through the program supplement and other supporting material. Course enrollment is for a one-year period and includes all updates and additions to the program during that time.

Why this program works so well...

This crash course is designed for you to take alone, without your partner. Why? Because in my professional experience, many people who have had (or are having) an affair tend to be uncooperative or even dishonest. A “couples” approach can be pointless or counterproductive; however, a “one spouse” approach can help a betrayed spouse gain the insights and strategies they need to properly manage the situation. Don’t stay stuck! Move forward, even if you have to take those first steps alone.

As a practitioner, it frustrates me that so many infidelity resources provide vague or piecemeal advice only. That, or they provide advice that works against a betrayed spouses’s interests in the long-term. You deserve more and I do my best to provide you with detailed and thorough content. I sincerely want you and your spouse to reconnect in a loving, mature and devoted way.

Every day this comes between you, your marriage gets weaker

Many marriages end in divorce because people – particularly spouses who are dealing with an unfaithful partner – hesitate to get help, are too passive, or don’t know what to do when their partner won’t participate. This online course is perfect for people who are looking for a more proactive, assertive way to overcome infidelity. No, I won’t always tell you what you want to hear – but I will always tell you what you need to hear. I will help you strike that balance between respecting your spouse, respecting yourself and restoring your partnership on a stronger, happier and more stable foundation.

This online program is only available for purchase in the United States, Canada & Australia.

I read the hyped-up books by big-name psychologists and dragged him to counseling. Those had ZERO effect. All they did was prolong the miserable status quo of his behavior and me putting up with it, always hoping tomorrow would see a change. They worked AGAINST me. Your course cut through all the BS and double-talk and was truly the voice of clarity and reason. I probably listened to it six times – you really have been my “lifeline.” Me and my marriage are getting stronger every day. You have a hug and a nice cup of tea waiting for you if you’re ever in town. Love ya xo – Constance, Galveston, Texas

As if my wife’s affair wasn’t bad enough, she kept flip-flopping between saying she’d end it and saying she wasn’t sure, since our marriage might not survive anyway. So she didn’t want to risk ending the affair. And yet she was willing to risk our marriage? It didn’t make sense until I listened to your program. It was like the clouds parted. Her behavior became obvious to me and I finally knew how to handle myself. Your course wasn’t just informative, it gave me peace. I finally felt like I could get through it regardless of what she did, and once she saw that change in me, she knew she had to make a change. We are doing better now than we have in many years, Deb, and I’ve used every part of this program over the past few months. – Chris, Los Angeles, CA

The best thing about your course was learning how to make that “shift” from me doing all the work (asking questions, buying marriage books, checking his phone) to him waking up and realizing he had to step up and fight for our marriage. He was the unfaithful one. I shouldn’t have to convince him that his behavior was wrong or beg him to work on our marriage. Like you said, he should be tripping over himself trying to win me back. I tried your strategies and they worked exactly like you said they would. They were crystal clear and direct from the get-go. Thank you for showing me how to make it about “us” instead of just about him, and for still managing to keep things positive and fair to both of us. – Seanna, Jersey City, NJ