Published August 9, 2005
by AuthorHouse .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||152|
The Right Advice For Confronting The Other Woman Intellectually, we know what the "right" advice is, the good honorable, high-road answer. The answer that forces you to confront what’s REALLY going on, and why you NEED what you do. "The Other Woman" What NY Times Modern Love author missed in Sleeping with Married Men column. a liberation of domestic responsibility when having an affair in her latest book . On the other side of the coin, many victims commented that they saw no need to confront the other person as they felt it would do them no good both personally and in their relationships. Dr. Robert Huizenga has done some research on confronting the other person, and he concludes that yes, sometimes it can be good to confront, and other times. What exactly are you planning to achieve by confronting her? What purpose will it solve? Will it make you feel better? Now let me answer these one by one: 1. What will you achieve? The answer is Nothing, even if you do confront her and inform.
Should you confront the other person? By Dr. Bob Huizenga. I’ve done some research on this very topic. I have around case studies of real people facing infidelity telling their stories of confronting the other person and am in the middle of gleaning words of wisdom. The "correct" way to handle it depends on your motive, what you hope to accomplish, and what you sense the Holy Spirit saying to you about it. Your first step is to examine your purpose in confronting her. Is it to "speak the truth in love" with a desire to promote healing? Or is it to exact a pound of emotional flesh for the way she wounded you? You don't have to say anything. But I will tell you what I said. It helped me tremendously. My husband had an affair that was an exit type. He was seeing someone and had fallen in love, or so he thought, while I was in and out of cancer treatments. This entry was posted in Dr. Huizenga's Blog Posts, Emotional Distance, Emotional Infidelity, Infidelity Marriage, Learn How to Confront the Other Person, Real Life Infidelity Stories, Surviving Infidelity and tagged cheating husbands, cheating wife, confronting the cheating huband, confronting the other man, confronting the other woman, Learn.
Pages may include moderate to heavy amount of notes and highlighting,but the text is not obscured or unreadable. May NOT include discs, access code or other supplemental materials. Page edges have some foxing. Foxing describes age related spots and browning seen on edges of book /5(5). CONFRONTING THE OTHER WOMAN Journey to a kind and professional confrontation towards the OTHER WOMAN. CONFRONTING the other WOMAN in a professional way DETAILS of the story: (Readers, you may get wise ideas here) Initials of Mistress: Pau B. But while confronting the other woman/man may bring about a temporary sense of satisfaction, long term it probably does little to help resolve the situation and it may even complicate matters (as mentioned above). The only reason why you should confront The Other Woman (other than in the situation where you know her personally) is if you actually give a damn what she thinks, and, confronting her gives her far more power than she deserves or needs. She hasn’t abused your trust – she’s just been screwing your man.