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As a couple therapist who has worked with many couples over the years on rebuilding their marriages after an affair, I highly recommend this recent article from the New York Times "The Hard Road Back From Infidelity" written by Jane Brody.
Over the years in my private practice I have helped numerous couples deal with challenging situation of overcoming an affair. Some couples decided to break up, while those who decided to stay together have worked through the trauma in their relationship.
If you’ve been through infidelity or are going through it at the moment, you are probably wondering how it’s possible to ever get to the point of being romantic with your partner again. You CAN keep the ghost of the ‘other person’ out of your bedroom, and I’m going to share a few tips on how to do this.
Infidelity does not always mean the death of a relationship. If the couple (or at least to start off if at least one half of the couple) wants to make it work, it can be done. What probably takes the longest to rekindle in a relationship after infidelity is intimacy.