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Solomon and Teagno have done an exquisite job bringing hope into darkness. They provide the education, skills and rationale for staying the course when everything seems bleak. Allow them to lead you in overcoming betrayal and reconnecting with the one you love.
—Ellyn Bader, Ph.D., codirector of the Couples Institute and author of Tell Me No Lies
Intimacy After Infidelity is loaded with practical exercises and concrete advice that will help partners construct a strong and resilient relationship after an affair. Couples struggling with issues of trust and forgiveness will find it immediately useful.
—Janis Abrahms Spring, Ph.D., author of After the Affair and How Can I Forgive You?
Intimacy After Infidelity is clear, informative, challenging, and smart—and most of all a tremendous source of hope for all couples who have endured the trauma of infidelity. The authors interweave sound theory, clinical stories, and structured exercises to help couples understand what the hell went wrong and why. And they give couples tools to pick up the pieces and (if they can commit to maturely facing the fear, loneliness, and anger) put this relationship back together again actually better and more truly intimate than ever before. I highly recommend this book!
—David B. Wexler, Ph.D., author of When Good Men Behave Badly and Is He Depressed or What?, and executive director of the Relationship Training Institute
For those courageous souls who wish to repair, rebuild, and rejoin after an infidelity, this wonderfully wise guide can be a gift to your emerging new relationship. Developing new skills and knowledge is essential when you travel over emotionally painful terrain. This book is a trusty companion for your journey.
—Peter Pearson, Ph.D., cofounder of the Couples Institute in Menlo Park, CA
A must read for everyone going through the pain of infidelity as well as for everyone who wants to improve his or her marriage —full of sound, practical advice on how to improve your marriage no matter what the obstacles.
—Cloé Madanes, president of the Robbins-Madanes Center for Strategic Intervention