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  • Natalie Garcia
    Natalie Garcia

    Adulterers Anonymous: Stepping Out of the Shadows of Shame & Guilt

    If you are one of the millions of unfaithful partners living in secrecy and silence, you can feel hopeful that this is not the way it has to be. The way out of the darkness of infidelity is steeped in understanding and healing. Allow us to introduce you to Adulterers Anonymous – a place where secrecy gives way to support and compassion.

    It can be difficult to talk about infidelity. No one wants to admit they've been unfaithful, and no one wants to be judged for what they've done. We get that; being unfaithful doesn't make you a bad person. It makes you part of the human condition — flawed, vulnerable, and trying your best in a complicated world. At Adulterers Anonymous, we understand that life happens and not everyone is perfect. We support our members through their pain and help them find a path to healing and growth.

    The journey through infidelity involves facing some hard truths and confronting difficult emotions. There is important work to do when faced with an affair. Betrayal hurts, but from that pain can come valuable insight that sheds light on the state of your relationship, your own emotional health, and your values as a partner and individual.

    Adulterers Anonymous provides a safe and judgement-free space for going through this process — judging ourselves enough for the both of us! We believe in self-forgiveness and personal responsibility for our actions. We provide resources and guidance for finding strength in the face of shame, learning constructive ways to cope with guilt, and overcoming fear and anxiety associated with being unfaithful or feeling betrayed by a partner.

    The road to healing after a breach of trust can be long and winding. That's why having a supportive community is essential on the journey. Our members will tell you that while being unfaithful is not easy, it doesn't have to mean the end of a committed relationship or lasting emotional damage. Finding the courage to make amends and learn from mistakes is always possible if you're willing to do the hard work.

    At Adulterers Anonymous, we see our members as so much more than their transgressions. We know you may have lost sight of your worth along the way, so we focus on helping people reclaim their strength in order to build healthy relationships and meaningful lives. Together, we can work through what's happened, cultivate peaceful relationships going forward, and chart a course for wholeness and joy.

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