A workbook designed to help process emotions, understand infidelity, and decide if you want to try and work on your relationship after the discovery of infidelity.
The cheating recovery toolkit involves a blend of reflection, conversation topics, and action across a range of topics including:
- Why do people cheat?
- Does an affair mean the end of a relationship?
- Understanding your own reaction
- Talking to your partner, friends, and family about infidelity
- And more
Everyone who purchases a workbook will also receive a discount code for one session therapy so they can discuss their results with one of our expert counsellors.
Here's a sneak peak of just some of the things you'll find inside...
How much does the workbook cost?
The cheating recovery toolkit is £10.
Who is this workbook for?
The cheating recovery toolkit is designed for people who have recently experienced infidelity and their partner/s. The toolkit is aimed at those who haven't yet decided if they want to try and stay together or go their separate ways, and can help you with some of the thinking needed to make that decision.
Some sections in the toolkit include conversation prompts and exercises you can complete with your partner. These can be skipped if you're not ready to engage with your partner, or if they're not willing to take part.
The cheating recovery toolkit is not a replacement for professional therapy or counselling. If you're experiencing severe relationship difficulties, it is advised to seek the help of a trained professional.