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

Disclosure: Rick's Story and Hope for Unfaithful Spouses

I’ve been praying for Governor Spitzer this week. How well I know the trauma of painful disclosures. For those of us who have recovered from this sort of crisis, Spitzer’s and other public discoveries remind us so vividly of what we’ve overcome and what we’ve learned. My first emotion, when I saw the picture of the Spitzers at the press conference, was sadness. I could remember the humiliation both Stephanie and I felt at what we were facing in the beginning. Then I remembered that al…
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He will not admit his affair was wrong

I had a stroke 12 yrs ago and he says he has been depressed for 12 yrs and I did not help him. He believes God gave him this other woman because he is happy now. He is a retired minister and we have been married 46 yrs .

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