How Gay Couples Can Repair After an Affair

How Gay Couples Can Repair After an Affair

Here's the bottom line: we all want to be heard. It may be the most important experience we are seeking in a relationship. So relationship recovery is a listening process.

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The information on this blog is provided for general informational purposes only and no psychotherapist-client relationship is formed nor should any such relationship be implied. The suggestions offered in this blog are just one perspective of many approaches to dealing with problems and should not be your only source when making life decisions. This website is not intended to replace professional mental health treatment.

Gay Men and Affairs: How to Recover

Gay Men and Affairs: How to Recover

Affairs and infidelity are more painful than ever. Why?

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The information on this blog is provided for general informational purposes only and no psychotherapist-client relationship is formed nor should any such relationship be implied. The suggestions offered in this blog are just one perspective of many approaches to dealing with problems and should not be your only source when making life decisions. This website is not intended to replace professional mental health treatment.

Can A Gay Relationship Survive an Affair? A Video Blog

Can A Gay Relationship Survive an Affair?  A Video Blog

Recovery from an affair is a lot of work. But it happens every day at the Gay Therapy Center. See how in this 5-minute video.

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The information on this blog is provided for general informational purposes only and no psychotherapist-client relationship is formed nor should any such relationship be implied. The suggestions offered in this blog are just one perspective of many approaches to dealing with problems and should not be your only source when making life decisions. This website is not intended to replace professional mental health treatment.

My Gay Boyfriend is on Manhunt: Does That Mean He's Cheating?

There is no aspect of gay culture that supports hurting someone you love.

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The information on this blog is provided for general informational purposes only and no psychotherapist-client relationship is formed nor should any such relationship be implied. The suggestions offered in this blog are just one perspective of many approaches to dealing with problems and should not be your only source when making life decisions. This website is not intended to replace professional mental health treatment.

How to Talk About the Tough Issues in Your LGBT Relationship

How to Talk About the Tough Issues in Your LGBT Relationship

What we really want most from our partners is to be heard.

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The information on this blog is provided for general informational purposes only and no psychotherapist-client relationship is formed nor should any such relationship be implied. The suggestions offered in this blog are just one perspective of many approaches to dealing with problems and should not be your only source when making life decisions. This website is not intended to replace professional mental health treatment.