Welcome to part 2 of a 2-part interview with Hasani and Danielle Pettiford. They are a married couple who specialize in helping other couples improve their marriages. Specifically, recovering and restoring a marriage after infidelity. Today’s episode is geared toward the partner who has been unfaithful: what things they can do to rebuild trust, how to make sure it won’t happen again, how to overcome the guilt and shame and… hopefully, save the marriage.
You’ll find out:
- What I remember from my wedding shower
- Things to keep in mind when talking to the unfaithful partner
- The biggest mistakes the unfaithful make (when discovered for their actions)
- What the unfaithful spouse should recognize about causing pain in the betrayed
- How much should the unfaithful reveal (once they’ve been found out)?
- What most unfaithful partners have in common
- Examples of unfaithful partners who intentionally sabotage their marriage
- Thoughts on therapy for the unfaithful
- Mistakes the unfaithful partner makes after full disclosure
- Damaging things the unfaithful partner should avoid saying
- Why/how the unfaithful needs to be empathetic
- Is watching porn a betrayal?
- Questions from my audience
- How the unfaithful might approach concerns they have in the relationship
- Signs in a marriage that, if not addressed, will lead to infidelity
- The difference between quality time and physical proximity
- The relationship-saving retreats the Pettifords lead
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Learn more about Hasani and Danielle at: www.Couplesacademy.org
Watch and Learn from Hasani and Danielle’s Videos at their Couples Academy YouTube
If you liked this episode, check out Episode #760 – Can Your Marriage Survive Infidelity? | Part 1 The Betrayed with Hasani & Danielle Pettiford
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