Maximizing the Likelihood of Successful Reconciliation

Traditional reconciliation advice encourages an approach that ostensibly ‘shares’ the impetus to repair equally between the cheater and the faithful spouse. The resulting strategy (researched, laid out, and policed by the faithful spouse) is fundamentally flawed and is responsible for why so many faithful spouses find themselves seeking help, support, and advice for years after they claim to have ‘successfully’ reconciled.

Many of these popularly advocated strategies are declared to be a courageous and righteous fight for the marriage, family, and love but might be more accurately described as control freaking your way to your future unhappiness.

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