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Overcoming Infidelity // For Spouses who Stray

A Marriage-Saving Crash Course

Overcoming infidelity for spouses who strayIf you need help and can handle hearing the hard line, Debra Macleod’s world-recognized, on-demand audio/video crash course can save your marriage. It’s fast, effective and to the point. And best of all, you won’t have to see a marriage counselor or read a self-help book. Just press “play” on any device, then listen and learn.

Whether you succumbed to an affair or a stupid mistake, whether you had no feelings for the other person or you have some, this trusted online program delivers essential insights and strategies to help you see the situation clearly and keep your marriage together. It helps you navigate the most prevalent broken-trust scenarios, from opposite-sex “friendships” and co-worker relationships to emotional and/or sexual affairs. (Scroll down for audio.)

I will tell you what to expect from your spouse and how they will likely interpret your behavior – then and now. I’ll also help you get your head and heart around what happened (or is still happening), so that you can make the choices that are in your best interests, and in the best interests of the people you love, in the long-term. The decisions you make right now and the way you conduct yourself will have lasting consequences in your life.

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In this course, I’ll walk you through every step of the process, from the initial Stabilizing and Damage Control Phase to the Healing, Recovery and Prevention Phase. You’ll learn how to handle yourself, but you’ll also learn how to handle your spouse’s emotions, behaviors, assumptions, demands, and so on. You need to know what actions on your part are the most likely, and the least likely, to resolve this infidelity or indiscretion in the lowest-conflict and most positive way. Yes, you can have a very good marriage after infidelity, one that makes both of you happy; however, you need to do the right things, right now.

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.

Why choose this crash course?

Unlike other practitioners, I do not sidestep the “tough issues” or fall back on theory to avoid offering real help. I tackle issues head on and I provide practical suggestions. Thanks to my training / experience with higher-conflict marriage issues, particularly infidelity, I am qualified to do so. Most counselors and relationship coaches have little or no “real world” training / experience working with couples, and most are unable to manage an emotional situation while still balancing the needs and perspectives of two people. Yet to save a marriage, this must be done.

Make no mistake – overcoming infidelity cannot be done in a “hearts and roses” fashion. It is a marriage-altering situation that needs to be handled realistically, with equal parts insight and action. That is the only way to ensure you truly get past it and do not have to live with the fallout forever.

I’ll tell you what you need to hear with candor. That’s what you need 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. That happens far too often.  I’ll help you manage the “other person,” give you the tools you need to avoid falling into temptation in the future and show you to rebuild your marriage on the foundation of a romantic friendship. That sounds like a better way to live, doesn’t it?

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

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AVAILABLE WORLDWIDE.  $320.00 USD.  This streamlined on-demand course is valued at over $6000.00 in private sessions with Debra Macleod. It can be accessed from most devices – cell phones, tablets, computers, etc. Listen “on the go” or watch, listen and learn at home.

Includes over six intensive hours of audio learning (and/or audio learning with calming video) and a variety of additional materials. Click for more info.

The day after I listened to this program, my wife asked me if I’d had shock therapy. So that says it all. Thanks for having the kahunas to lay it all out for me without making me feel worse than I already did. I needed a shake since I was clueless and panicking and trying to avoid the situation entirely. I listened in my truck and every time you’d say something that made perfect sense, I’d hit the dash. It’s dented now but who cares. Thank you thank you thank you. – Trevor, Calgary, AB

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, Leeds, England