Your spouse strayed. Maybe it was another person. Maybe you threw him/her out because of their behavior. Whatever the cause, you’re now trying to make it work again.
Allowing, even encouraging, your husband or wife to be open about the affair partner is painful to hear. As a matter of fact, you wonder if it might be doing more harm than good…especially for your own mental, emotional, and physical health.
They were together for a decade before they decided to marry. It was wonderful; he told her how happy he was that she is his wife. They laughed. Had fun. Enjoyed life. Until the night he told her that he had found his “soul mate” and wanted his wife’s permission to date this amazing new woman in his life.
When Dr. Tennov introduced the concept in the 1970s, it was mostly rejected. We encounter marriage counselors who have never heard of it. But the research is solid. PhD’s including anthropologists and biologists and more study it, even having brain scans that teach us much...
In this program Dr. Joe Beam explains why relationships fail and how they can be put back together again. He explains the principles of reconciliation and the specific do’s and don’ts that can make or break the process. He addresses both the straying spouse and the standing spouse.
He was “madly in love” with another woman. She wanted to save their marriage. They tried a couple intense potential solutions and then, by agreement, she moved thousands of miles back to her former home leaving him with his lover. It appeared to be hopeless. They informed their kids. They made their plans for separate lives.
Questions continue to come in about limerence. Limerence is the state of feeling “madly in love” with another. Millions of marriages are in crisis because either wife or husband has fallen into a state of limerence with someone else. Sometimes it is only emotional in nature. Most of the time it also becomes sexual.
Several crucial questions have come in about how to deal with spouses doing destructive things. In this program, we will deal with questions such as: “What do I do if my spouse keeps lying? Are all lies the same? Do I react to all of them the same way? Should I set traps to catch him / her in the lies?” and other such questions that will be answered on this episode of The Joe Beam Show.
What if a person is married to one and falls “madly in love” with another? How does that happen? Is it the fault of the spouse they wish to leave? Is there hope to save the marriage?
How can the person who was once in love with you now be in love with someone else? Why is s/he no longer the person that you fell in love with? Why has s/he become someone that you hardly recognize? How can s/he seem to no longer care about me? About our children? About our life together?
Contrary to popular belief, don’t run off to the first divorce attorney you can find after learning about your spouse’s affair. Should their be consequences to the actions? Yes. Will there be consequences with a hasty divorce? Yes. But you can get past an affair. LISTEN
People often ask if there is a method for establishing boundaries about negative or harmful behavior from a spouse. Yes, there is. One of the most effective is to write a contract that clearly identifies the unacceptable behavior and firmly establishes consequences if that behavior occurs. LISTEN NOW
In this episode of The Joe Beam Show, we will cover the different circumstances to consider when trying to save a marriage with a straying spouse while also trying to put up acceptable boundaries. What are good boundaries? What boundaries are unnecessary? Which ones may do more harm than good? Tune in to find out in this installment of The Joe Beam Show. MORE
In an affair, but no one knows? Just found out that your spouse is having an affair (or discovered it and your spouse doesn’t know that you know)? In this episode, we will talk about how to expose your own affair or how to confront your spouse about his or her affair. MORE
If your relationship has been harmed by infidelity, lying, or any other destructive behavior, how do you learn to trust again?
How does the person who did the hurt earn back trust? Can it be done? If so, how? How does the person who was hurt learn to trust again? Are there limitations? Is it worth the risk? How can it be done with being hurt again? Listen to this episode of The Joe Beam Show to find out. MORE.
You were “madly in love” but now it’s over. At least it seems to be over. Whether you ended it or the other person did, you continue to struggle with intense emotions. Why are they still there? How long will they last? How can you get past them? When will you stop hurting? Love, sex, & relationship expert Joe Beam answers these questions with real life stories as well as the latest scientific findings. MORE
You were “madly in love” but now it’s over. At least it seems to be over. Whether you ended it or the other person did, you continue to struggle with intense emotions. Why are they still there? How long will they last? How can you get past them? When will you stop hurting? Love, Sex, & Relationship expert Joe Beam answers these questions with real life stories as well as the latest scientific findings. MORE
In this episode of The Joe Beam Show, Joe interviews a wife whose husband cheated on her and left their marriage for the other woman. Some time later he realized he wanted his family back. When he asked, she forgave and accepted him back into their marriage. Why? How did she win him back? In this program she explains. Click Here To Listen.
Tonight’s broadcast of The Joe Beam Show is entitled, An Interview with a Man who Had an Affair and Why He Decided to Save His Marriage. You won’t want to miss this episode. Whether you have had an affair, or your spouse is the one who has had the affair, now you have the opportunity to listen to a man who recently was involved in an affair but decided to save his marriage. Read More.