Memphis Psychologist Dr. Lee Horton, Ph.D. has been helping individuals find a happier, more satisfying life for over 25 years.
Discovering your partner’s infidelity can be shocking. It stirs a mixture of emotions both angry and hurt. While some relationships are destroyed by infidelity, others work through the pain and distrust while building a stronger relationship in the process. The process begins with making the decision to remain committed or to end your commitment. This decision takes time to address your view of the relationship in general and what is lost and gained should you end the relationship.
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For more than 25 years, Dr. Horton has helped couples reconnect and find the passion they once enjoyed. By focusing on how you respond to your partner, you can make a difference!
Commitment to a relationship isn't expressed when things are fun and the going is easy. Commitment is expressed when you awaken to a more distant relationship that causes pain.
Discovering your partner’s infidelity can be shocking. It stirs a mixture of emotions both angry and hurt.
With social media and online apps, the line between fidelity to your relationship and betraying your partner has been blurred.
Couple’s communication difficulties vary. You have tension and arguments that go unresolved. Power struggles and bitterness replace the easy cooperation you once enjoyed.