What If Your Spouse is Having an Affair

  • Make your home a haven, not a hassle. You may need to seriously evaluate if you have taken your relationship with your spouse for granted.

  • Nurture your “attraction quotient.” Don’t wear grubbles around the house. Lose a few pounds, smile, be warm. Be an invitations for him/her to come home to.

  • Take a hard look at your schedule. You may not be meeting your spouse’s needs because you’re exhausted from a job that is too demanding. Determine where you want to succeed – at work or at home.

  • Offer your spouse a real relationship – with real forgiveness, real love, affirmation, and encouragement. Become a magnet to draw your mate back home.

  • Don’t try to cope alone. Get competent counsel and help from your pastor, a counselor or a therapist. Read His Needs, Her Needs, by Dr Willard F. Harley, Jr.

  • Pray that God will begin to displace wrong values with His values in your mate’s life.

  • Get godly counsel.

-page 82, Staying Close by Dennis Rainey

What If Your Spouse is Having an Affair
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