I Got Caught Cheating - How Can I Save My Marriage? By Dr. Othniel Seiden and Dr. Jane Bilett (Authors)
Drs. Seiden and Bilett have accumulated decades of counseling experience between them, both independently, and then as a team. The expertise they have gained over the years, dealing with all types of relationship problems has gone into the writing of this book on infidelity reconciliation. More
There is possibly no more painful experience in life than finding your spouse or partner has been unfaithful. Infidelity is probably the most damaging event that can happen in any relationship. However, if the two of you can get to the root cause of the affair, your relationship can truly emerge stronger than ever. Nevertheless, for that to happen, both of you have to be willing to do some hard healing work. Adultery usually means the partner who cheated wasn’t getting something they needed from the relationship. The person who was cheated on has to acknowledge their part in the affair. That is not to say that the infidelity was your fault; it is only the fault of the perpetrator who decided to cheat. But, the injured partner played some part, however small, and that role must be identified. A relationship is made up of two people; when something goes wrong it involves both people. There is a growing trend in America today for couples to work toward reconciliation after an infidelity. Where successful this trend is good for families, for society, and for civilization as a whole. This book is dedicated to helping this trend grow. With effort reconciliation is usually successful, and most couples find their relationships stronger and more loving than ever.