Extra-marital affairs are not unusual - some studies have found that some 60 percent of married partners report having engaged in affairs. Some spouses do reconcile and recover from infidelity and may even report a stronger, closer relationship. There are some affairs however, where the exiting spouse already sees the marriage as over and in these case reconciliation is rare.
For the victim or faithful spouse, the discovery of the affair comes as a brutal attack on what they often describe as a happy marriage. These exit affairs cut to the core, damaging self-esteem and self-confidence and they leave the victim playing catch up both emotionally and legally.
So what can you expect if you discover your spouse is having an exit affair?
Joining Mandy for this Conversation is Laura Scott, whose marriage ended abruptly when she discovered her husband's affair. Following her journey through divorce, Laura wrote The Accidental Divorcee - a guide book for navigating the twists and turns of divorce (available on Amazon.com).
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