Affair Recovery Course

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ONLINE AFFAIR RECOVERY FOR COUPLES

Where do you go, when you are not ready to see a marriage counselor, but you are not ready to end your relationship because of the affair?

This course in itself, will not prevent a divorce. It may not prevent your unfaithful partner from still seeing the “other person.” It will bring your relationship to a new level of understanding. You will both achieve emotional healing. You will both be able to process “the affair event” in a more systematic and logical way. There is hope!

Goal: A faster healing time, with a change for closure and moving on.

What skills and knowledge will I gain? This course is divided into 7 Steps. Each Step corresponds directly to a part of the healing process.

NOTE: This is not the 7 Step Program infidelity Recovery Program you would go through if you decide to reach out and seek a certified Infidelity Recovery Specialist from The Infidelity Recovery Institute. An online version of the 7 Step Program is available HERE

These 7 Steps have been designed with the idea that you can work through these steps at home, at your own pace, and without pressure.

STEP 1 – Managing Emotions and Negative Thoughts

  • Discovering the Affair: How to Cope with the Initial trauma
  • The Four Roadblocks to Healing
  • A Simple 2-Step Process for uncovering unknown emotions
  • The 3 Steps to Clearing Your Mind and owning Your thoughts
  • Obsessions: What to Do When the Plague of Images Won’t Go Away
  • Rebuilding Self-Confidence, Self- trust, and Self-Respect
  • Seven emotional trials the Cheater Will Face
  • Healthy Ways to Process Your emotions
  • Managing Guilt
  • Self-forgiveness
  • Coping with Loneliness
  • Six Critical Rules for ending an Affair

STEP 2 – How Does An Affair Start?

  • Reasons Cheaters Cheat
  • 10 Critical Dimensions of a Relationship: Analyzing Your own needs
  • Moving toward Healing: Coming into Agreement with Your Partner
  • My 3-Step Method for Coming into Agreement

Step 3: Affair Recovery

  • Protecting the Relationship from Further Harm: Four Minefields to Avoid
  • Asking for Forgiveness: understanding Your Partner’s Pain
  • Six Steps to Creating a Heartfelt Apology
  • Accepting the Past and Moving into a Brighter Future

STEP 4 – Communication

  • How to talk: An 8-Step Program for Learning Better-than-ever Communication
  • 10 Critical Conversations with Your Partner

Step 5: Trust

  • Trust: the Foundation of Your Relationship
  • Five Building Blocks for a totally transparent Relationship
  • 10 Destructive Habits that Demolish trust and tear Down Love
  • Six steps to resolving conflict quickly and effectively
  • How Growing Independently Will Help You Grow As a Couple

STEP 6: Forgive Via Acceptance

  • Learning to Accept the Past
  • The Five Myths that Surround Acceptance
  • Three False Forms of Acceptance: Demons that Can Hold You Back on Your Road to Healing
  • Opening the Heart once More

STEP 7: INFIDELITY PREVENTION

  • Preserving Your Renewed Relationship: Building a Fence around Your Life together
  • Preparing to Write Your Relationship Contract
  • Your New Relationship Contract

Location: Internet

Dates: You may start at anytime

Pace: This is a self-paced course.

Cost: $297

Registration deadline: None. Register anytime.

Instructor: Dr. Savannah Ellis

Who is suitable for the Infidelity Recovery Home Study Course? This course is suitable for anyone who seeks to put their life back together after an affair. There are specific sections for both the injured and the cheater. The cheater will probably benefit from reading the injured person’s sections and the injured person will probably benefit from reading the cheater’s section, although it is not necessary.

How do I enroll? Enrolling in the Infidelity Recovery Home Study Course is as easy as following these 3 simple steps:

1. Click our “sign up” button below and register your details

2. Choose your preferred payment plan through our registration page

3. Start the program! (You can start the program at anytime and it is a self paced course)

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Online Affair Recovery

 “The Counseling Alternative”

 “Advice & guidance for both people”

 “Do not think about DIVORCE, until you have exhausted all options”

 

The Infidelity Recovery Method was created by Dr Savannah Ellis, to help couples who could not afford a therapist or who lived in remote locations, and were unable to access professional affair recovery help.

The Infidelity Recovery Method has been designed with the idea that you can work through these steps at home, at your own pace, and without pressure. You do not need to explain your situation to a counselor week after week or pay for weekly counseling sessions, costing thousands $$.

NOTE: This is not the 7-Step Affair Recovery Program.

Course Outline:

Part 1 – Managing Emotions and Negative Thoughts

  • Discovering the Affair: How to Cope with the Initial trauma
  • The Four Roadblocks to Healing
  • A Simple 2-Step Process for uncovering unknown emotions
  • The 3 Steps to Clearing Your Mind and owning Your thoughts
  • Obsessions: What to Do When the Plague of Images Won’t Go Away
  • Rebuilding Self-Confidence, Self- trust, and Self-Respect
  • Seven emotional trials the Cheater Will Face
  • Healthy Ways to Process Your emotions
  • Managing Guilt
  • Self-forgiveness
  • Coping with Loneliness
  • Six Critical Rules for ending an Affair

Part  2 – How Does An Affair Start?

  • Reasons Cheaters Cheat
  • 10 Critical Dimensions of a Relationship: Analyzing Your own needs
  • Moving toward Healing: Coming into Agreement with Your Partner
  • My 3-Step Method for Coming into Agreement

Part  3: Affair Recovery

  • Protecting the Relationship from Further Harm: Four Minefields to Avoid
  • Asking for Forgiveness: understanding Your Partner’s Pain
  • Six Steps to Creating a Heartfelt Apology
  • Accepting the Past and Moving into a Brighter Future

Part 4 – Communication

  • How to talk: An 8-Step Program for Learning Better-than-ever Communication
  • 10 Critical Conversations with Your Partner

Part  5: Trust

  • Trust: the Foundation of Your Relationship
  • Five Building Blocks for a totally transparent Relationship
  • 10 Destructive Habits that Demolish trust and tear Down Love
  • Six steps to resolving conflict quickly and effectively
  • How Growing Independently Will Help You Grow As a Couple

Part  6: Forgive Via Acceptance

  • Learning to Accept the Past
  • The Five Myths that Surround Acceptance
  • Three False Forms of Acceptance: Demons that Can Hold You Back on Your Road to Healing
  • Opening the Heart once More

Part  7: INFIDELITY PREVENTION

  • Preserving Your Renewed Relationship: Building a Fence around Your Life together
  • Preparing to Write Your Relationship Contract
  • Your New Relationship Contract

Location:

Online /Udemy Course

Who is suitable for the Infidelity Recovery Home Study Course?

  • Great choice for individuals
  • Great choice for couples looking for affair recovery information, and a non-confrontational path forward.

Begin:

You may start at anytime. This is a self-paced course.

 

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 I knew that he regretted the affair. I did not know how I could process my own shock and disgust at what he had done. I never thought he would have an online affair. We are working through the Affair Recovery Program online, as we both are not ready to talk about this with a counselor. This affair recovery program is helping me cope with my obsessions over thinking about the “ow” and feeling so depressed. We are working on rebuilding our relationship with new boundaries and communication skills. We have hope.

Learn to Control Emotions

When one person cheats on the other, there is no safety left in the relationship. The result is a relationship filled with:

  • zero trust
  • zero respect
  • no friendship
  • no sex
  • no hope
  • anger
  • depression
  • guilt
  • shame

…..and loneliness

The list goes on, as I am sure you are aware. You have both become people that you did not plan to be, and certainly do not want to be.

An affair will leave the betrayed spouse feeling paralyzed. They are unable to think of anything else, other than the affair. Day after day, the betrayed person is thinking non-stop about the “whys” and “hows” of the affair.

The future looks depressing. The loss of all those years building the relationship, the loss of future dreams, the splitting of the family unit, the pain and suffering for the children, not to mention the loss of respect from family, friends, colleagues, and others.

Then there is the financial cost. Including divorce lawyers – with the average divorce lawyers fees at $15,000 to $20,000.*

 

Dear Friend, 

My name is Dr. Savannah Ellis.

I’ve helped hundreds if not thousands of couples who are desperate to save their marriages after affairs. Some come to me hopeful, some come cold and battle-hardened, and others come alone, uncertain, and hoping that I can breathe life back into their near-dead relationship.

After two decades of specializing in motivating people, I’ve seen many people give up on what they truly desire. I’ve seen many relationships where the couples put off the repair recovery for too long and eventually cause irreparable damage.

If you cannot get into see a professional infidelity recovery specialist, then at least try to work through this online affair recovery course together.

The WORST you can do is nothing. Time is not your friend.

The past will not be forgotten and it will not “go away.”

Let me help you,

 

DBA, MBA, BBSc, MPsych (Clin)

 

 

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