Do you have trouble talking to your spouse about your (his) infidelity? I know I do. We've found that a really great treatment is to write letters to each other! Even if we can talk, we do this because writing helps you to express your thoughts more clearly and then you have something to come back to when you do talk, kind of like talking points. I've always been extremely private, but because of what's happened in the past year, my whole life is an open book to a lot of people, including strangers, and dealing with that has been terrifying. So I have to share, and for me, the easiest way is to write. Then I can give it to my husband and wait for his response. Then we talk. Usually we take quiet time together where we can talk without interruption. The letters help us decide what we need to talk about. Often I write something he doesn't understand, so then we have a nice discussion about that.
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