Curious & Curiouser Podcast, Episode 77: On Recovering From Infidelity & Betrayal, & Navigating Jealousy in Relationships

This week’s episode is a juicy one, y’all. Tracey and I are discussing infidelity, betrayal, and jealousy in relationships. We talk about why cheating isn’t always a black and white issue, how to recover from infidelity, why jealousy is normal and not something about which to feel ashamed, and how to recognize the signs that betrayal might be on its way.

We also talk about self-betrayal, sex, emotional affairs, and how to find the balance between lust and safety in long-term partnerships.

Tracey and I loved having this conversation and hope you enjoy listening to this episode as much as we enjoyed making it. If so, please consider leaving the show a 5-star rating or review in iTunes. And if you’d like to support the podcast by making a donation, you can do so through Paypal here. Thanks, y’all!

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Related resources:

Hold Me Tight by Sue Johnson

John Gottman and the Gottman Institute

The State of Affairs:  Rethinking Infidelity by Ester Perel

Ester Perel Ted Talk on Rethinking Infidelity

Come As You Are by Emily Nagoski, Ph.D.

Episode 10 on Dating and Attachment Styles

Episode 17 on Open Relationships

 

Piquing Our Curiosity:

Primal Pit Paste, the natural deodorant I have been using for several months after trying pretty much every other natural deodorant on the market. Find it on Amazon by using the link above, or go to their website here to learn more.

 

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