How Do You Recover from an Affair? 5 Tools to Get Unstuck

When a couple feels stuck, both parties are exhausted, frustrated, and often wondering if there is any hope that things will ever get better. It's as if even mere communication about everyday life can be triggering, and any conversation ends up with a fight about tone, intent, and who hurt who more. The good news is, while this type of paralysis is normal, couples and individuals don't have to remain stuck. There are proven tools that can help one or both spouses care for themselves and their partner, while also creating new momentum for the future of their relationship. Today you'll hear about five tools that can be used by either partner to bring clarity, compassion, and understanding into everyday communication.

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