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Cheating Therapy Cape Town

At Relationship Therapist Cape Town we specialize in Cheating Therapy for couples or individuals in the Greater Cape Town and surrounds. Receiving assistance is simple and easy, Call or whatsapp 0616845610 to start your road to recovery with our couples counselling.

Do you have a partner who cheats? Have you been in a previous relationship where infidelity has occurred? Do you have Trust issues due to adultery which occurred in the past or present that is affecting your current relationship?

Are you always in Doubt when your partner is on his or her cell phone? Do you worry when he or she is working late at the office? Do you have unpleasant thoughts when he or she is frequently going away on “business trips” ? Are you experiencing problems with ex girlfriends, ex-wifes or ex-husbands who have re appeared in your partner’s lives? Are you experiencing secretive behaviour that indicates that your marriage or relationship partner is unfaithful.

These are just some of the questions and issues ours clients experience in respect of their partners infidelity. If the answer to any of these questions is yes, then you may have a cheating spouse. Do not hesitate to call us, we are a friendly phone call or whatsapp away, to book a consultation with us.

We are situated in Cape Town, South Africa. we are always available to assist you in person. We are also available on most video platforms, be that Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Skype or whatsapp Video. We are always ready and able to assist with any relationship crises you may experience.

What is Infidelity Therapy

Experiencing infidelity from a partner can be a painful and challenging time. The feeling of sadness and betrayal is difficult to overcome. It's normal to feel a range of emotions, such as anger, confusion, or sadness. It is very important to allow oneself time to experience these emotions and to realize that it is normal to feel such. To help process these feelings, some people turn to therapy, either individually or as a couple.

An Infidelity therapist can help a person understand and work through their reactions to their partner's infidelity. The infidelity therapy may focus on topics such as forgiveness, letting go, or moving forward. They can help explore different options and provide support as the person decides how to proceed in the relationship.

For couples affected by infidelity, marriage counseling can provide a space to address both partners' needs. This type of therapy can help repair the relationship and strengthen the bond. However, if the couple decides to separate, therapy can still be useful for a more amicable split.

Infidelity therapy is probably the best option for couples facing the diverse challenges of infidelity. During this type of therapy, the therapist helps both partners determine the future of their relationship. It's common for partners to have conflicting ideas about what they want from the relationship, and the therapist can assist in finding a resolution. This type of therapy helps both partners accept and move forward with the final decision.

Preventing Infidelity through Therapy

Infidelity can be driven by a variety of factors, such as lack of fulfilment, sex addiction, low self-esteem, revenge, curiosity or something completely different. Fortunately, therapy can address many of these underlying issues and help prevent cheating from occurring.

If you're feeling the urge to cheat, it's important to examine what is causing these thoughts. Talking about these unwanted thoughts in therapy can help you identify and resolve any dissatisfaction in your relationship or negative feelings you may be suppressing. There are numerous therapeutic techniques that can be utilized to overcome challenges experience and to assist in overcoming the urge to feel one must cheat. Addressing sex addiction, if that is a challenge being experienced these techniques are particularly effective and will be discussed with you in our therapy sessions.

Being honest about any temptation towards infidelity can also be beneficial. Discussing the issue openly and working through it with your partner can strengthen the relationship. Consider seeking therapy, either individually or as a couple, to address any underlying issues and prevent infidelity.

Marriage after Infidelity

In the discussion of the road to recovery after cheating, Particularly of interest and applicable to the process at hand is the so called 5 stages of grief

According to Kübler-Ross, the five stages of grief are:






The recovery process is experienced in the stages outlined above. Not every person spend an equal amount of time on each stage of the process. There is no set time. The process is very individual and differs from person to person. You spend as long or as short on each step as you may need.

Recovering from an affair can be a prolonged process, particularly for couples who want to reconcile. There is no set timeframe for how long recovery may take, as it varies from couple to couple. However, many experts believe that healing can occur within 2 years. Some couples may take longer to recover, while others may be able to move forward more quickly.

It's important to note that there is no definite timeline for recovery, and the length of time it takes can depend on how a couple reacts to the discovery of the affair. Every couple's journey is unique, and the key to successful recovery is to work through the process at a pace that feels comfortable for both partners.

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