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Hope After Betrayal – book review

Posted by on December 17th, 2015

Mark Chamberlain, PhD, shares his review of this important book to help women who have been sexually betrayed by their spouses. You’re Not Alone! Review of Meg Wilson’s Book, Hope after Betrayal You may be on a parallel path with many other women, but you’ll experience some unique twists and turns as you work to […]


Protecting Children and Families Conference – September 19th, 2015

Posted by on September 18th, 2015

We are excited to be sponsors of the Utah Coalition Against Pornography (UCAP) conference “Protecting Children and Families” to be held at the St. George, Utah Dixie Center on Saturday, September 19th, 2015 from 8am-2pm. Geoff Steurer, conference chair for the conference, and Jeff Ford, a board member for UCAP, started this conference in 2010 […]


When the world crumbles

Posted by on January 13th, 2015

When the World Crumbles by Jill Call, LMFT Trauma shakes the very foundation on which you’ve built your life. Trauma is defined as a life-threatening event and, with betrayal trauma, it threatens the life you’ve built together. Your world can start to crumble when suddenly you discover your partner isn’t someone you know anymore. As […]


Putting your plan of action to use

Posted by on April 18th, 2014

by Jon Worlton, LCSW LifeStar of St. George, UT The creation of and commitment to a written plan of action is a critical component of the recovery process.  Early in Phase II we ask each life star participant to take the time to think through activities and behaviors that are important to them, and that […]


Why your critics aren’t the ones who count

Posted by on March 12th, 2014

) Brene Brown has taught powerful truths about vulnerability and shame. In this presentation, she takes her message further by specifically addressing how to handle those who might criticize our efforts to create something new. People in recovery, both men and women, often hold back from taking risks to try new behaviors, such as sharing […]


Letting go of what is not ours

Posted by on March 11th, 2014

by Jill Call, MS, LMFT LifeStar of St. George, Utah It’s been said that worry is like a rocking chair, it will give you something to do but doesn’t get you anywhere. Worrying, obsessing and controlling are illusions. They’re just tricks that we play on ourselves. We trick ourselves into thinking that by worrying, obsessing, […]


The Proper Use of Boundaries – Creating Space for Healing and Change

Posted by on February 6th, 2014

by Rick Reynolds, LCSW Founder and Director, Affair Recovery If someone steps on my foot I’ll probably say “ouch”. If they do it time after time I will eventually tell them to stop because they’re hurting me. The process of telling them to stop is where a boundary is set. I’m telling them their actions […]


Spotting Active Addiction in Family and Friends

Posted by on February 3rd, 2014

by Robert Weiss, LCSW, CSAT-S Addicts are very easy to spot. They are those dirty, smelly, unkempt men hanging out under bridges, in front of convenience stores, in back alleys, and in all the other unsavory places that “healthy” people never go. Addicts sleep in the gutter. Addicts get arrested a lot. Addicts are completely […]


How to give a sincere apology

Posted by on January 26th, 2014



Sobriety vs Recovery

Posted by on January 16th, 2014

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