Resolution, Not Conflict

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Does the threat of an infidelity sound scarey to you? It should. Affairs can wreak havoc with personal happiness and with marital bonds. At the same time, the best antidote to anxiety is information. Here's a batch. Read More

I think if people were able

I think if people were able to take just a handul of lessons that were learned from the podcast there might just be less cases of mindless infidelity and more marriages and longer term relationships saved. Some good snippets of advice.

Warmest thanks

Warmest thanks Brintney R for your comments. I totally agree with you about the importance of people learning about infidelity before they blindly fall into unfortunate entanglements. As the saying goes, for most people, if they knew better they would so better."

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Susan Heitler, Ph.D., is the author of many books, including From Conflict to Resolution and The Power of Two. She is a graduate of Harvard University and New York University.


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