Partner betrayal is created by broken trust, unfaithfulness, and a loss of confidence in your partnership, relationship, or marriage. This betrayal can be caused by things like spousal neglect, infidelity, dishonesty, deception, romantic relationship betrayal, rejection, or other circumstances which cause you to lose faith in your partner or significant other.
Navigating through the process of healing and managing the crisis of emotional chaos and pain requires strength and courage. With the right support you can heal. There is life after betrayal. Yes, it is overwhelmingly painful, and yes it seems never-ending. Learning to deal with the emotional after-shock of deep betrayal is an enormous undertaking and navigating through it to emotional health leaves us stronger and wiser. There is help.
Friends and family may offer well-meaning suggestions on how you should manage this betrayal. That is their perception of your deep personal pain. While probably well-intended, that advice is often misplaced and frequently makes matters worse. Making your own emotional health and recovery after betrayal and enlisting professional support are priorities we suggest. Give yourself the gift of professional counsel and support that meets your unique needs.