More Than Sorry- When You’ve Committed Infidelity with Deborah Miller

Have you cheated? Have you violated your partner's trust through an in-person affair, secret online relationship, or pornography? Have you repeatedly found the words "I'm sorry" aren't enough to stop the suspicions and accusations? These words, alone, won't lead to relationship repair after an affair, nor do they communicate compassion for the victims of the affair. In this episode, Deborah Miller, a Licensed Professional Counselor who exclusively focuses on the adulterer, encourages a deep self-examination of one's: - Defense and coping mechanisms, moral code and much more. We explore questions such as: Should you disclose if the affair is over and your partner doesn’t know? What do you do when your partner is asking the same questions repeatedly? Should you give all the details? How do you fix yourself? Find the courage to act and face the shame and guilt of your betrayal. Own your mistakes and the consequences of your secret-keeping. Stop sabotaging yourself and start repairing your most meaningful relationship the right way. More Than Sorry. Deborah Miller’s Book, More Than Sorry: 5 Steps to Deepen Your Apology After You Have Committed Infidelity, outlines the five steps crucial to deepening one's apology after committing infidelity by highlighting the journey of diverse couples struggling to repair their relationships. Within these steps and accompanying stories, you'll find seventeen key prompts to encourage journaling for self-improvement, provide self-discovery tools, and lead to a more empathetic and authentic apology. As a result, you will experience personal and relational growth and enhance your intimacy with others by sharing your secrets and repair journey. More Than Sorry: 5 Steps to Deepen Your Apology After You Have Committed Infidelity Connect with me: Dr. Zoe Shaw on Instagram Dr. Zoe Shaw on Facebook

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Dr. Zoe, a licensed psychotherapist and relationship coach walks with you on your journey through fixing your difficult relationships, including that sometimes difficult one with yourself. Here, she offers a space where you can look at yourself and your relationship through a lens of psychology, faith and a dash of her own kind of feminism. Stronger in the broken places podcasts hosts guest from all over the world, from celebrity tv therapists to everyday women, authors and scientists, offering therapeutic tips, encouragement, camaraderie and support, helping women stay strong and transform difficult relationships. We’re not fixing them, we’re fixing you and that changes everything! Ask Dr. Zoe a burning relationship question Or find her on Instagram @drzoeshaw