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This week we're talking infidelity. Has someone being unfaithful contributed to your life path? If you are married how often do you think about going out and finding a strange piece of ass to take home for the night? We'll discuss infidelity and then let J.R. brag about the best gambling weekend in history! Wednesday night 10 p.m. Eastern 7 p.m. Pacific!
What is conversation about relationships without the mention of infidelity. Whether it be about contemplating it, done it or being in an relationship where it has happened to you. Infidelty, adultery, cheating, etc., whatever you choose to call it almost seems to be expected or the norm in relationships. The biggest fear with commitment and being in relationships is the thought that you are more open or vulnerable to be cheated on. I believe most men and women think or have thought this. When it comes to marriage ones vows should be kept sacred and held on a pedestal. You and I both know that for many reasonsn people don't always fulfill those vows and often times fall short. This is exactly what happened with a friend of mine. Married to his bestfriend, his lover, his confidant but unfortunately he committed adultery. Everyone on the outside looking in would of course question his reasons as to why, was it worth it, couldn't you fight to resist temptation and the list goes on and goes. Everyone's reasons are different and this is one man's story. Don't be late for this conversation! Show starts at 7pm EST. Call in 347-866-8637. Alll questions and comments will be taken.
- The effects of infidelity on the Offender and the betrayed Spouse (Minor vs Major effects)
- What they felt after the fact
- How would you react to a one-time cheat compared to a full blown affair
- How about when children are involved? - Children from the affair or/and Children from the main relationship
FEELING! FEELINGS!! FEELINGS!!!
Cheating is one of the major causes of relationship break-up. It has caused so many victims and cheaters so much pain and regrets. This episode will provide resources and tools to alleviate the pain anyone who is going through this expected or unexpected ordeal. In addition, we can explain reasons why people cheat and some of the signs and what you can do to prevent being cheated on. If you are also a cheat, there are things you can do to stop. My guest is Dean Severson, CEO and creator of http
BEGINNING AT 8 P.M. CST. - JOIN ME AS I WELCOME STUDENT MIN. STANLEY MUHAMMAD AND HIS QUEEN SIS. RUTH MUHAMMAD AND CO- HOST BRO. KHADIM AMIR MUHAMMAD. WE WILL DISCUSS THE ROOT CAUSES OF INFIDELITY.HOW TO GAUGE WHETHER OR NOT YOUR BEHAVIOR IS LEADING YOUR SPOUSE TO CHEAT AND HOW TO RECOGNIZE THE SIGNS OF INFIDELITY. CALL IN TO SHARE YOUR VIEWS , MAKE A COMMENT OR ASK A QUESTION 646-716-5971.
Kirk Stange talks about a study from the University of Missouri-Kansas City that says forgiveness can overcome infidelity. You can read more on this topic on www.stcharlesdivorceattorneysblog.com in an article titled UMKC study: Forgiveness can overcome infidelity.
With offices in St. Louis, St. Charles, Jefferson County, Franklin County in Missouri and St. Clair County and Madison County in Illinois, you can contact Stange Law Firm and their St. Charles, Missouri Divorce Lawyers and Belleville, Illinois in St. Clair County Divorce Lawyers online at 314-963-4700.
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Gary and Mona Shriver of Hope and Healing open up and share how to recover after infidelity. Hope & Healing was begun in 1998 by two couples brought together through their mutual counselor to support one another in their adultery recovery. Gary & Mona Shriver are one of those couples. Facilitators are peers, ordinary people who have survived the bitterest of betrayals, done the work of adultery recovery, and are willing to share what they have learned to walk alongside others
This week's inspiring Consciousprenur (Conscious Entrepreneur) is Savannah Ellis founder and Master Coach of Infidelity Coaching. Savannah Ellis has coached thousands of couples and individuals from Sydney, Australia to Las Vegas, to help them achieve their relationship and personal goals. Her passion is to help people be authentic to themselves and others. Savannah specializes in infidelity counseling and personal empowerment; having personally coached many cases specific