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Did you know that an emotional affair can be just as dangerous to a marriage as a physical affair, and sometimes more so? And that spouses who never had any intention of cheating can unwittingly......

Did you know that an emotional affair can be just as dangerous to a marriage as a physical affair, and sometimes more so? And that spouses who never had any intention of cheating can unwittingly become enmeshed in an emotional affair? This presentation give tips on emotional affair recover.

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  • 1. SaveARelationship.org
    Emotional Affair Recovery
    5 Tips to Get Your Relationship Back On track
    Practical Advice On How To Save a Relationship After an Affair…..
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  • 2. An emotional affair can be as dangerous to your relationship as a physical affair and beginning the emotional affair recovery process is just as important.
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  • 3. Spouses who never had any intention of cheating physically, can unknowingly become engaged in an this type affair.
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  • 4. Most perpetrators of emotional affairs will downplay the seriousness of the event by claiming that "were just friends" or "it's no big deal, nothing happened".
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  • 5. These offenders do not see the damage that they are doing to their relationship by emotionally connecting with somebody other than their primary partner
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  • 6. So what can you do? If you or your partner is involved in an emotional affair, here are some tips to practice if you want to keep your relationship intact:
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  • 7. 1.Make your marriage your top priority. Focus 100% of your energy and time on learning to understand what is happening and forming a strategy to re gain the emotional intimacy in your relationship.
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  • 8. Make everything spending time with your spouse your priority and put all other activities on the back burner. This can work wonders in saving your relationship.
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  • 9. 2. Get some form of relationship counseling.This will provide a neutral place to talk about the issues surrounding the emotional affair. A third party professional can help direct you and your spouse through the tough spots.
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  • 10. You want to make sure the core issues and underlying emotions are brought out into the open where they can be discussed. Covering these issues up can set the groundwork for another affair.
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  • 11. 3. Both partners must commit to full disclosure about whom they are communication with, the subject, how often they are communicating with the person, etc. There can be nothing left out.
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  • 12. This is essential to regaining trust. Emotional and physical affairs share the same dynamics.
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  • 13. The offending spouse may not have blatantly been deceptive about the affair, but instead they just "leave out" certain facts. This is an act of omission and the consequences are the same.
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  • 14. 4. All emotional contact with the "emotional friend" must cease.
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  • 15. Sometimes if the parties work together, some form of contact may be necessary but it cannot continue to be on an emotional level.
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  • 16. This may not be easy but it is something that must be endured. Worst case scenario is that one of the perpetrators will have to leave the workplace and find another job.
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  • 17. If your partner will not admit to being engaged in an emotional affair, or downplays the severity of the situation, you may have to seek individual counseling to help you deal with what is happening, and decide how to handle it.
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  • 18. Sometimes it is necessary to tread lightly when your partner is involved in this type of an affair.
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  • 19. Sometimes the "emotional friend" will withdraw and find somebody else. If this happens, your partner may turn back to your relationship with renewed interest.
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  • 20. If they don't, there will most likely be a time when you can no longer bring yourself to tolerate the affair, and a separation may be called for.
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  • 21. Many times just suggesting this to your spouse is enough to wake them up and make them think twice about what they are doing.
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  • 22. Discover exactly what to say and do to save your relationship immediately after an affair..Get a Free Copy of Dr. Frank Gunzburg’s 21-Step Spontaneous Healing Plan
    It Will Cost you Nothing, So Download the Plan Today and Learn How to Begin The Healing Process now….
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