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The hurt partner can express themselves and tell the cheating partner how they are feeling without harming the relationship further. The cheating partner can help the hurt partner feel heard and validate the pain. I have submitted an article at this site on Communication for Couples. It contains a concise communication format from my Program for Relationship Healing and Enhancement. You can use the format form the article to help you with your communication when you are working on the healing from Infidelity. The way we express or do not express out anger can interfere with our relationship health and happiness. Anger is “just” an emotion. It feels bad, but it is not bad. What we do with our anger is what either works for us or gets us in trouble. We can be angry with someone and still love him or her. Again, I have submitted an Article on the Website on Seven Steps to Anger Expression.

This is a short version of my anger management program. It will help you with expressing the anger about your relationship problems, the infidelity, and any other anger issues you need to express. Within a relationship each partner has personal rights. A healthy relationship allows each partner to be an individual. They are together because they want to be together not because they need to be together. Each partner has their own personal boundaries and the right to respect and privacy. In a healthy relationship trust is automatic. Sometimes, what gets in the way of our ability to trust and to be a part of a healthy relationship is our pattern of distorted thinking, irrational ideas, or mistaken assumptions. We may assume we do not have rights. We may think it is selfish to put our needs first or our views should be respected. We may think it bad to ever make a mistake. We may feel we must always be flexible and consistent and logical.

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