Rick Reynolds, LCSW
by Rick Reynolds, LCSW
Founder & President, Affair Recovery

Survey results for Valentine’s Day: Surviving Infidelity & Surviving Valentine’s Day

It’s Valentine’s Day and I hope your day is special. The results from last week’s survey and suggestions made by the respondents might interest you on this Valentine’s Day. 425 people who had experienced infidelity agreed that the hardest part about celebrating the first Valentine’s Day after the affair is the reminder of the infidelity. Both the betrayed and the unfaithful agree, 54% and 47% respectively. Interestingly, 30% of the unfaithful say the uncertainty of how to act is th…
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As angry as ever

It has been four years since my husband revealed and ended his affair.  I believe we are stuck in our healing, but I can say, that at this time, I have no intention of EVER recognizing a day that celebrates love and romance.

VDay dissapointment

My husband didn't even get me a card.....he had the money a week and a half ago but didn't even think to get me anything. And today he's broke..... He went out of his way for his affair partner for a year but me...well...it's same as usual.... He sent me 2 cards online after I left for work. I bought him a card a month ago....looking for the right card is best before the good ones get away.... Funny thing is he asked me over the weekend when V Day was and I told him what I wanted. A bag of dove chocolates....didn't get that either.... This is the worst V Day ever......

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