Whether you succumbed to an affair or a stupid mistake, whether you don’t care about the other person or you have feelings for them, this audio-based crash course can help you restore calm, see the situation clearly and keep your marriage together.
Start listening today for a better tomorrow.
You've made a mistake - now what?
You’re struggling to cope with the aftermath of your affair – or maybe the affair is still ongoing and you can’t decide what to do. The whole thing is taking its toll on your hurt spouse and on you. It seems like no matter what you say or do, it’s the wrong thing. Well, the essential content in this highly relevant program can help you make things right.
It used to take me months of office sessions to provide this information; however, this format allows me to do it in hours. This crash course contains my best guidance on this subject and shares the usable insights and strategies that have worked for my other clients – no inconvenient office visits, no empty theories, no prying questions. Just must-know content delivered in a candid way so that you can decide how best to handle things in your situation. You’ll know it’s right for you if you’ve wished for some sensible direction to manage the challenges you’re facing, including:
Recover and rebuild your marriage so that you can stand strong together
What you need to hear
I’ll tell you what you need to know with candor, and in a way that is respectful and fair to both of you. That’s what it’ll take to overcome this, to get on with life and to ensure that affairs or opposite-sex “friendships” – on the part of one or both spouses – do not become a pattern in your marriage. I’ll help you manage your spouse, yourself and the “other person” with clarity. I’ll give you the tools you need to avoid falling into temptation in the future and show you how to rebuild your marriage on the foundation of a romantic friendship. That sounds like a better way to live, doesn’t it?
I had very strong feelings for a good friend and was really struggling to end it. Your program helped me see what I was doing in a BIG PICTURE way that made me look at it clearly and rationally and make some decisions about my life. You helped me see it from all angles which I definitely wasn’t doing. I know without a doubt this saved my marriage because my husband was close to leaving me, although I was too caught up in things to see that. So thank you from the bottom of my heart. – Alexis, Austin, TX
Don't wait for things to get worse
If the affair is still wreaking havoc in your life, if it’s still coming between you and spouse, don’t let the situation continue indefinitely. That’s when people start to feel hopeless or become entrenched in misery and feel that divorce is the only option – that’s how things get worse. Instead, commit to doing things better, starting today. This crash course can be streamed (repeatedly) from most devices for the duration of your one-year enrollment (free re-enrollments of active programs are available upon request). Listen “on the go” on your commute or while you work out. Or watch the calming background video at a coffeehouse or at home while you work through the program supplement and supporting material. Regardless, you can expect content that isn’t just illuminating, but actually usable.
This program is designed for you to take alone, without your partner. Why? Because there are certain insights and strategies that can help you work through things on a personal level, while at the same time equipping you with the information you need to ease your partner’s pain and regain their trust. Much of what you’ll learn in this program can prevent problems from escalating or becoming entrenched. The more your partner can see that you care and are taking the initiative to heal as a couple, the faster you will be able to put this past you and rebuild a better marriage.
Our marriage had been unhappy for a long time. I wasn’t sure I had the motivation to fix what I’d done. I wondered whether it was worth it. Your crash course made me realize that I wasn’t just fixing things for my husband, but for me, too. I found it struck a balance between making me account for what I’d done but respecting that the marriage had to work for me, too. That’s what kept me motivated to work through it and it paid off. – Joy, Atlanta, Ga.
This crash course includes:
Listen to the audio introduction:
(Sorry, courses are not currently available in Europe.)
I’ve walked out of two counselors’ offices because they were $%#@ing patronizing, religious, clueless, or all three. I know I can be defensive, but I can’t listen to someone who doesn’t know what they’re talking about. I got goosebumps listening to you, itemizing and simplifying exactly what I was doing and feeling. I can’t believe I sat through the whole thing, and then the next day, played it again. It was like you wrote it for me. Sorry for swearing. – Louis, Augusta, Maine