Surviving Infidelity: Marital Expert Announces Launch of New Informational and Support Website
BETHESDA, MD (August 13, 2011) – Depending on the study, infidelity affects anywhere from 15 – 50% of committed relationships. To help people learn how to survive infidelity and repair their relationships, psychologist and marital/couples expert Dr. Joe James has launched a resource and information based web site.
“Obviously one of the most stressful experiences a person can undergo is learning that their partner had an affair,” says Dr. James. “It calls your basic assumptions about security, trust and your future into question and can leave you psychologically reeling.” Common emotional reactions to learning of an infidelity include anger, hurt, obsessive thinking and questioning, grief, shame and failure. “Oftentimes the person betrayed will cycle through all of these emotions with their state changing on a dime. Its not unusual for someone to go from feeling happy to angry to scared to grief and back to happy again all in the space of a few hours,” according to Dr. James.
Dr. James created this website as a resource for those who are having a difficult time effectively coping with the betrayal. “People often feel lost and as if they are going crazy and oftentimes have no place to turn for advice or support,” says Dr. James.
The website is still in its preliminary stages of development, but will include informative articles about how to deal with the emotions associated with infidelity and will also eventually include video courses, books, a bulletin board and chat room where members can go for support from others having the same experience.
“One of the most lonely experiences one can have is trying to survive infidelity. Although roughly 3 out of 4 relationships do survive this crisis in the short term, the long term prognosis is often not good. People often simply don’t have the knowledge and resources to deal with their emotions and repairing the relationship. The goal of this new website is to give people that information and support so that they can maximize their chances of surviving infidelity in the long run,” says Dr. James.
For more information about the new website go to http://www.survivinginfidelitysystem.com
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