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Prevent Infidelity // End Their Inappropriate Friendship

If you feel like there are three people in your marriage, you need to stop worrying, speculating and having pointless arguments about it.

Instead, start listening to this online “crash course.” Its intensive guidance is your secret weapon in the fight for your marriage.

Yes, you can "break the spell" your partner seems to be under

Are you worried about the friendship your partner has with another woman or man? Maybe it’s a new co-worker at the office or an old flame on social media. It could be anyone. Regardless, those red flags are waving. Your partner is telling you they’re “just friends,” but their secretive behavior and the way they protect this friendship has left you in a state of worry and hurt, feeling unheard and second-best in your own marriage. You’re tired of the drama and divided loyalties.

My empowering crash course can help you manage this ordeal from start to finish in a sensible, dignified and plain-spoken way. My goal is to help you motivate your spouse to end the “friendship” before it transitions into an affair or “love triangle.” You know that your spouse will not end this friendship on their own. This program can help you prompt a change.

It used to take me months of office sessions to provide this information; however, this format allows me to do it in hours. These candid, private Marriage SOS streaming sessions deliver the usable insights and precise strategies that have worked for my other clients – no inconvenient office visits, no empty theories. Just must-know content.

Your spouse's behavior, decoded.

This one-of-a-kind program helps you understand and manage a spouse’s challenging behavior: denying or downplaying it, secrecy, illicit texting, defensiveness, acting confused about their feelings, saying you are “paranoid” etc. You will learn to handle things in such a way that your partner wants to limit or end the friendship and recommit exclusively to you. That sounds better than crying, begging or having the same pointless conversation again and again, doesn’t it? 

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An ounce of prevention

…is worth a pound of cure. Nowhere is that more true than problematic “friendships” within marriage. The fact is, the vast majority of full-scale emotional and physical affairs begin as “innocent” opposite-sex friendships that transition into intimate relationships. So be proactive.

Unfortunately, a partner who has this kind of “friendship” is unlikely to end it on their own. You may have to prompt a change. I’ll help you do that in the smartest way possible. You may feel your worst right now, but you can’t act it: this is the time to respond thoughtfully, not just emotionally. 

Were they in love with each other? I’m not sure. If they weren’t, it was getting there. She was almost obsessed with him. She couldn’t go more than ten minutes without checking her phone, and if I said anything – look out. The fight was on and it was always my fault. I feel like I caught it just in time. The most surprising thing to me has been how ending that friendship has given us a new beginning as a couple. There’s a more mature and united feeling to “us” now. – Josh, Shelbyville, TN

COST: $120 USD

What’s Included:

  • Over three hours of engaging, comprehensive core audio (or core audio with optional calming video background)
  • Three-part workbook / program supplement
  • What NOT To Do! reminder sheet
  • Q&A audio clips from real clients
  • PDF book: 30 Lifelines to Revive Your Marriage in One Month

To me, the course was like being sprung from jail. You broke me out of my victim role. – Adrian, NYC

Urgent, usable help to turn things around.

This online service effectively replaces thousands of dollars in private sessions with me. The program can be streamed (repeatedly) from most devices: phone, tablet desktop. Take your sessions “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 one year and includes all updates and additions to the program during that time (no-cost re-enrollments are available upon request).

This crash course is designed for you to take alone, without your partner. Why? Because in my professional experience, many married people who are having an inappropriate “friendship” tend to be unwilling to end it. A “couples” approach can be pointless or counterproductive; however, a “one spouse” approach can help a concerned 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 spouses in your situation are getting advice that is either useless or works against them in the long-term (i.e. Just tell your partner that you’re worried!). You deserve better and I sincerely want you and your spouse to reconnect in a loving, lasting way. I do not fall back on this kind of easy, empty advice. I know you need more than that.

Why wait any longer?

Many marriages problems get worse, and ultimately lead to divorce, because people hesitate to get help, are too passive, or don’t know what to do when their spouse won’t participate. This online crash course – our most successful anti-affair and marriage recovery program – is perfect for people who are looking for a more proactive, assertive way to deal with this common yet serious problem before it takes an even greater toll on their marriage.

When I listened to the course, it was already to the point where I felt like they were married to each other and I was the annoying outsider who couldn’t take the hint to leave them alone. Talk about degrading. Worst part was, my wife knew exactly what she was doing to me. She was doing such a damn good job, though, that it took this course (hard to listen to at times, Deb, but so necessary) to make me clue in. Thank you for that and for giving such clear instruction. It’s one thing to know it’s happening and another to know what to actually do about it – you did it all. – Terry, Lakeville, IN