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How to deal with infidelity

Most relationships can survive an affair.

Remainly will help you to heal and reconnect, through a step-by-step program, designed by our certified psychologist and experienced couples therapist.

Money back guarantee*

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The emotional damage caused by an affair is painful and the weeks after the discovery are often uncertain as partners try to figure out how to proceed. Many people may feel that their relationship might be over, but this doesn't have to be the case.

If both partners are committed to repairing the damage and rebuilding trust, it is possible to heal the wounds. Couples who survive an affair often say that their relationship is stronger as a result of the time and effort they have invested.

You will be guided through a step-by-step program, designed by our certified psychologist and experienced couples therapist.

Intro video  - How to deal with infidelity

You will be guided

Acting quickly and correctly is vital. We guide you from the very beginning. The initial discovery usually comes with feelings of betrayal, despair and anger and if you let these emotions drive you, it may cause you to do things you will regret in the long run. Our online therapy guides you through a proven pathway towards healing.

 

Based on a combination of research and experience, our relationship counsellor, Andreas Narum, guides you through online video based therapy sessions and guided assignments.

Remainly can help you

We know that dealing with an affair takes time and it is important to work at a pace that suits you. With Remainly, there are no time restrictions or appointments and you can watch the videos where you wish.

 

Most relationships can survive an affair. If you are both willing to commit and invest, Remainly can help you and your partner to heal and reconnect.

Money back guarantee. If you're not satisfied with our service within the first 14 days, you will get a full refund.