Regaining Control: Dealing With Obsessive Thoughts, Triggers and Memories of the Affair is all about how to deal with and manage those awful thoughts, the untimely triggers and the memories of your partner’s affair that are wreaking havoc with your emotional state.
Dealing with and managing the triggers and the painful thoughts they cause is crucial. If you cannot control them, you will get stuck and your healing and recovery will hit a brick wall.
** The different types of triggers and the physiological effects that they produce when activated.
** How to identify and be aware of your triggers as the first step in coping with them.
** We then transition into describing in detail various techniques for coping and managing them.
And much more.
Living with the mental images and thoughts of your partner's affair over and over again is not exactly the ideal recipe for affair recovery and healing.
Therefore, it's imperative that you can learn to manage them in an effective manner.
** In addition to understanding exactly what obsessive thoughts are and why they are a problem, Linda will share her experiences and how she managed to deal with them until she ultimately found relief.
** When your obsessive thoughts are coming at you like a freight train, you probably aren’t going to be able to stop them. However, they can be managed and there are things you can do...We provide you with several techniques that work.
“The constant mind-movies of my wife's affair were driving me nuts. I was desperate and to the point of exhaustion. You're program helped me immensely."
The journey to healing from the pain of an affair is like a rollercoaster ride. At times you will move along quite far, suddenly to be triggered by something, and
right back in the pain as if it had just happened. Do not be discouraged. It doesn’t mean you aren’t healing. It means you are normal.
You will always remember the affair, and you will always remember the pain that went with it. The goal is not to forget. The goal is to process and heal so that when you do remember, you no longer feel the pain. You no longer relive the pain with the memory.