Ly is a master of conflict. While marriage is his specialty, he helps clients deal with a full range of conflicts. That means conflicts with family, conflicts with friends, conflicts in church, conflicts with God, and yes, even conflicts within yourself. Not sure what that means? Things like depression, resentment, anxiety, guilt, and grief are just few examples.
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In a committed relationship, couples make implicit and explicit commitments of intimacy. Both emotional and physical infidelity can cause immense turmoil in the relationship. The daunting question that remains after the betrayal is, “can our relationship survive”?
At first, infidelity survival begins in crisis mode.
In the first stage of recovery, the goal is to help both parties hear one another without blaming and shaming – to regulate the emotional temperature in the relationship and bring the fever down.
What to expect in session:
The goal in the second phase of recovery is to develop a road map of the relationship that led to the current situation. This step takes great humility and accountability for both parties.
Finally, the goal becomes establishing forgiveness and rebuild trust.
Relationships can heal from all sorts of disasters. There is life on the other side of infidelity! Let us help you navigate this difficult path to full recovery from infidelity.