Betrayal Trauma, Part 1 & 2
Are you dealing with betrayal trauma? Today we are reposting a popular podcast in which Dr. Finlayson-Fife talks with Scabs of Bloom For Women about... -Dishonesty in marriage. -Healing from marital betrayal. -How to move forward after a breach of trust. -What infidelity in marriage can show you about your spouse and yourself. -How you can become stronger in the face of betrayal. -How to rebuild trust.
Betrayal Trauma Part 2
In this episode, Bloom for Women interviews Dr. Finlayson-Fife as part of its Love Rice Podcast series. This is a continuation of the discussion that was begun in part 1. The topic of this conversation is "betrayal trauma" and overcoming the impact of infidelity and other forms of dishonesty in intimate relationships.
Betrayal Trauma Part 1
The Bloom for Women team interview Dr. Finlayson-Fife as part of its Love Rice Podcast series. The topic is "betrayal trauma" and overcoming the impact of infidelity and other forms of dishonesty in intimate relationships.
The Art of Belonging
In an interview for the Love Rice podcast series from Bloom for Women, Dr. Finlayson-Fife talks about how to belong to others as well as ourselves. She also explains how reconciling these tensions is related to our spiritual development.
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