Surviving An Affair

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Affairs or even the suspicion of an affair can drive a huge wedge into a couple’s marriage.  Author Peggy Vaughan joins us in studio to discuss her own experience with her husband’s affair as well as discussing how a married couple can get past the affair on their way to continuing a happy and fulfilling marriage.

Peggy is one of the country’s leading experts on the subject of affairs.  She’s appeared on television shows, in multiple magazines and newspapers, and has written numerous books on affairs and infidelity.  You can find out more about Peggy by visiting her website at  You can also buy her book The Monogamy Myth: A Personal Handbook for Recovering from Affairs at

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jeanne duhamel June 10, 2009 at 6:50 pm

Sometimes you need to
get over the marriage when the affair cannot be reconciled. He had the affairs, many. and was the one to leave after a marriage of 44 years and seven children. They are all on their own which is good for them but now I am retired and alone. Life is surely very different and totally unplanned. Any suggestions to renew a zest for the future.

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