Facilitating forgiveness in the treatment of infidelity: an interpersonal model

@inproceedings{Fife2011FacilitatingFI,
  title={Facilitating forgiveness in the treatment of infidelity: an interpersonal model},
  author={Stephen T. Fife and Gerald R. Weeks and Jessica Stellberg-Filbert},
  year={2011}
}
This article presents a unique clinical model of forgiveness developed specifically for use in the treatment of infidelity. The model focuses on forgiveness as a central component of the process of healing for couples who desire relationship reconciliation following an affair. Infidelity causes significant damage for couples and results in a loss of trust and relationship stability. However, couples can become reunified and trust may be restored as couples work through the process of… CONTINUE READING

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