Episode 25: Unfaithful



Being unfaithful deals with much more than relationship or marital problems.

Unfaithfulness drives many of the problems we have in our life, whether we realize it or not.

Today’s episode deals with the subtle, but significant, areas affected by unfaithfulness.

I share a major (but simple) discovery that I picked up in marriage therapy.

This episode has the power to improve your quality of life and eliminate some frustrations, anxieties
and hopeless desperations if you’ll take the message and instigate it.

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