Secrets of Surviving Infidelity with Scott Haltzman
July 16, 2013 – The Secrets of Surviving Infidelity with Guest Scott Haltzman What defines an affair? Why do people cheat? How do you rebuild? How do you build a strong marriage in the first place? With expert Scott Haltzman, author of “The Secrets of Surviving Infidelity” – This is a great tele seminar!!
Secrets of Surviving Infidelity with guest author, Scott Haltzman
How do you define an affair?
- Affairs are defined by at least one member of the couple.
- Affairs can happen without any sexual contact between two individuals.
- Often one persons definition of an affair is so broad, that its hard for the other partner to even walk without tripping over that.
A sexual relationship outside the marriage is definitely an affair, unless as a couple you’ve agreed to do so. But there is so much more, and there doesn’t need to be sexual contact for an affair to take place.
We sometimes prefer to use the word, betrayal, so that couples aren’t arguing over whether an affair has taken place or not.
Is the person you are sharing close intimate information with an “attractive” other?
You can’t use the term “opposite sex” because for some it is the same sex.
If a woman feels another woman is making a move on her man, there is a good chance that she is seeing something he is not. Please comment on that.
Scott Haltzman in his book “The Secrets of Surviving Infidelity” discusses the power of women’s intuition, and discusses gender differences.
Husbands would be wise to listen to their wives when this intuition is going on.
What is the difference between someone who is my friend, and someone who is a friend of the marriage?
The question is can a man have friends that are women? And can a woman have a male friend?
The answer is yes, but not if that friendship excludes the spouse.
There should be no secrets between you and that person that you haven’t shared with your spouse. That person should be eager to spend time with your family.
That “friend” should never put your spouse down.
Is Monogamy realistic?
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