How to Recover from Infidelity

You’ll need help to get through the process.

Healing and growth after infidelity is not easy. In fact, it is often quite “messy.”  Great waves of anger, sadness, fear, hurt, guilt, and shame threaten everything you thought you knew. One of both of you will want to “bail out” one or more times during the process. Therefore, a minimum 12-week commitment is required from the onset.

Together we will work on the following:

  • Dealing with the Crisis
    • De-escalation
    • Stabilization
  • Your History as a Couple
    • Understanding your past
    • How you got where you are
  • Your Future as a Couple
    • Deciding What You Both Want
    • Learning to Build a New Life Together

Give me a call. I’m here to help. 714.865.2164

Written by respected pastor and marriage counselor Dave Carder, this revised and expanded version of Torn Asunder sorts through the factors that contribute to infidelity and then maps out a recovery process for both partners. With compassion and wisdom rooted in the Bible, Carder offers insight for the victims of adultery, the perpetrators, and those who seek to help hurting couples.

Along the way Carder also answers questions like:

  • Why did this happen?
  • We didn’t actually sleep together, so is it still an affair?
  • Can I trust my spouse again?
  • Should I reveal a secret affair?
  • What if my spouse doesn’t want me back?
  • What do we tell the kids?

This refreshed and updated edition is an excellent resource for pastors, leaders, and lay people.

Pair this with the Torn Asunder Workbook to for extra guidance in applying the book’s advice to your marriage.

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