Emotional Affair Recovery – How to Stop the Anger and Resentment and Get Your
Marriage Back After an Emotional Affair!
If you’re in the middle of emotional affair recovery then you know exactly how
incredibly hurtful this process is.
Having the experience of your spouse cheat on you in an emotional affair is one of the
worst things that can possibly happen in a marriage. Dealing with all of the questions that
go through your mind (what else did they do, is it over now, is he/she thinking about the
other person still, etc.) can nearly drive you crazy.
Some people will say that it’s not as bad as a regular physical affair, but as someone
who’s dealt with going through emotional affair recovery, I can tell you that it’s probably
harder. If you’re going through this too then you know what I mean.
You see, when you’re in love with someone, you’re in love with that persons soul.
You’re on a deeper connection than just the physical aspect.
People tend to be, and I know that I am, are territorial but in a different way than the lions
on the Animal Planet. We’re emotionally territorial. Having another man or woman
invade the space that’s supposed to be ours and ours alone through passion is like a
dagger through the neck and it continues to hurt for a long time after.
But Here’s the Problem When It Comes to Recovering After an Emotional Affair…
When you continue the cycle of resentment and anger, and continuously ask yourself
these questions that get yourself all riled up again, you’re not recovering from the
emotional affair at all. You’re actually stretching this affair out.
Your continuing the resentment and tainting all that has the power of getting your
marriage or relationship back on track after the emotional affair.
So what is the key to getting it back after such devastation??
Well it’s actually the thing that made you lose it in the first place. Or should I say the lack
of the thing that made you lose it.
You see, people who have emotional affairs do so because there’s som