Affairs & betrayals

Broken unfaithful heart

Addiction refers to a difficulty in controlling certain repetitive behaviours to the extent that they have harmful consequences. They are the result of powerful compulsions to use and do certain things excessively, often out of a need to escape from upsetting emotions/situations. These compulsions can trigger a self-perpetuating process, which can cause pain and suffering not only for those addicted, but also for their friends and family.

 

An affair or betrayal is a relational issue and there may be many reasons as to why they occur. Often they are the symptom of longer-term problems. For example, the person who committed the betrayal may have made previous attempts to resolve underlying issues that have snowballed over time.

 

Although many people choose to end their relationship following the discovery of an affair or a betrayal, a great number will want to work things through. A betrayal may deeply shake the foundations of a relationship, but it can paradoxically make it stronger – especially if there is an attempt to rebuild trust and communication, and deal with the relationship problems that may have led to the betrayal.

Our approach

Relationship Counselling with Working Minds provides a framework in which individuals can work through hurt and trust issues in order to recover intimacy and goodwill. These sessions can be conducted individually or together.



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What our clients have to say…

Russell W – New Volunteer

Over the course of the sessions I have had with Simon I have gone from someone who probably would not have been able to carry on for much longer the way that I was, to someone that is now looking forward to working and moving on with my life...

Russell W - New Volunteer

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Russell W - New Volunteer

Over the course of the sessions I have had with Simon I have gone from someone who probably would not have been able to carry on for much longer the way that I was, to someone that is now looking forward to working and moving on with my life...

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I want to thank you for the valuable time you spent with me to achieve my career and life goals. I really appreciate the support and advice you gave me.

Ann B – Business Co-ordinator

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Ann B – Business Co-ordinator

I want to thank you for the valuable time you spent with me to achieve my career and life goals. I really appreciate the support and advice you gave me.
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