Category Archives: Counseling for Infidelity

Do Your Disagreements Turn Into Big Fights? 5 Things You Can Do to Avoid Fighting… Ilissa Banhazl, MFT, San Dimas, CA

Do you find that most times when you and your partner have a disagreement that the conversation turns into a “who can push your buttons more match”! Not effective at all, right? Yet you’re stuck in this negative pattern of … Continue reading

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Your Getting Divorced, No Wonder You’re Devastated! Written by Ilissa Banhazl, marriage and family therapy, Claremont, CA

Going through a divorce may be one of the hardest things you’ll ever do. You are severing a deep connection even though it may be flawed. You’re going to have to grieve the loss of your marriage as well as what … Continue reading

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Has Your Partner Been Unfaithful? Learn How to Cope… By Ilissa Banhazl, MFT

Part of what you can expect after infidelity is that the person who strayed needs to figure out why they made the choices they did and if they want to stay, how they can rebuild your trust. But for you, … Continue reading

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What Do You Do When You Find Out Your Partner Had an Affair and They Don’t Know If They Want Your Forgiveness?

Wait a minute, what’s wrong with this picture? She/he cheated on you and you want to try to forgive, but your partner is not sure that they want to be with you anymore! Aren’t they supposed to be begging for your … Continue reading

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