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Relationship expert Idit Sharoni, LMFT is bringing you invaluable relationship advice to help your relationship thrive. Idit is a couples therapist in Miami, Florida running Relationship experts - a successful private practice and an online Infidelity Recovery Program . She takes pride in helping people improve their relationships or heal after infidelity. This show is all about un-complicating and demystifying social messages about relationships while offering easy-to-apply tips and ideas about common relationship issues such as communication, trust, infidelity, breakups, divorce, and many more.
*Not intended as a replacement for psychotherapy.

Relationships Uncomplicated Idit Sharoni, LMFT Relationship Expert and Affair Recovery Specialist

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Relationship expert Idit Sharoni, LMFT is bringing you invaluable relationship advice to help your relationship thrive. Idit is a couples therapist in Miami, Florida running Relationship experts - a successful private practice and an online Infidelity Recovery Program . She takes pride in helping people improve their relationships or heal after infidelity. This show is all about un-complicating and demystifying social messages about relationships while offering easy-to-apply tips and ideas about common relationship issues such as communication, trust, infidelity, breakups, divorce, and many more.
*Not intended as a replacement for psychotherapy.

    Episode 082: Overcoming Biases in Infidelity Recovery

    Episode 082: Overcoming Biases in Infidelity Recovery

    🎙️ Welcome to Episode 82 of the Relationships Uncomplicated podcast! In this episode, titled "Overcoming Biases in Infidelity Recovery," host Idit Sharoni, LMFT delves into a topic that's often overlooked but profoundly impactful: the biases surrounding infidelity.
    💔 Infidelity doesn't just shake the foundation of relationships—it's the aftermath, the fallout, and the biases that can color our perceptions and decisions. Join Idit as she explores this complex issue with therapist Alana Tokayer, MS, who brings a unique perspective gained from working closely with couples navigating the aftermath of infidelity.
    🔍 Together, they uncover societal norms, personal experiences, and therapist biases that shape our understanding of infidelity and its aftermath. Discover why biases towards leaving or staying after infidelity exist, and learn valuable insights into advocating for yourself, whether with friends, family, or therapists, as you navigate the complexities of healing after betrayal.
    🍵 Grab your favorite beverage, get comfy, and tune in to this enlightening conversation on bias in the aftermath of infidelity. Don't forget to subscribe to the Relationships Uncomplicated podcast for more insightful discussions on relationships and healing.
    Important links:
    Infidelity Recovery Program: https://relationshipexpertsonline.com/affair-recovery-program Free 45-minute consultation: https://relationshipexpertsonline.com/consultation  Affair Recovery Website: https://relationshipexpertsonline.com Main website: www.relationshipexperts.com Show notes: If you found today's episode valuable, consider leaving a like, comment, and subscribing to our channel for more content. Thank you for joining us on this journey of understanding and healing. #RelationshipsUncomplicated #InfidelityRecovery #SelfAdvocacy #BiasAwareness

    • 47 min
    Episode 081: A Guide to Joint Recovery When Infidelity Strikes Both Ways

    Episode 081: A Guide to Joint Recovery When Infidelity Strikes Both Ways

    In this episode of the Relationships Uncomplicated podcast, host and affair recovery expert Idit Sharoni, LMFT delves into the intricate process of navigating healing when both partners have been unfaithful.
    Titled "A Guide to Joint Recovery When Infidelity Strikes Both Ways," Idit explores the complexities of mutual infidelity, where betrayal isn't confined to one side. Drawing from her experience as an affair recovery expert, she shares insights on how couples can overcome this challenging situation and rebuild their relationship.
    Through compassionate storytelling and practical advice, Idit highlights the unique opportunities for growth and healing that arise from shared experiences of betrayal. Join her as she empowers listeners to navigate the aftermath of mutual infidelity with resilience, empathy, and hope.
     

    • 23 min
    Episode 080: How to Rebuild Trust After Cheating: Earn It!

    Episode 080: How to Rebuild Trust After Cheating: Earn It!

    If you and your partner are navigating the challenging journey of affair recovery, understanding how to rebuild trust after infidelity is crucial. In this episode, we delve into the intricate process of earning back trust that has been lost in a relationship.
    Join us as we explore the evolution of the concepts of blind trust versus open-eyed trust, drawing from experiences working with couples healing from infidelity. Our discussion takes a unique turn as we question the commonly used term "rebuilding trust" and introduce a more nuanced perspective inspired by an enlightening article by trust expert Rachel Botsman.
    To shed light on this profound shift in perspective, we are joined by Dr. Yael Haklai-Neagu, one of our lead therapists at Relationship Experts. Together, we unravel the differences between rebuilding and earning trust in the aftermath of infidelity.
    We draw insights from Botsman's groundbreaking ideas, emphasizing the importance of collaboration in the trust dynamic. Dr. Yael shares her thoughts on the critical roles of the Trust Giver (the hurt partner) and the Trust Receiver (the unfaithful partner) in the healing process.
    The discussion extends to the obstacles that can hinder trust-building, such as entitlement and unyielding rejection. We explore the delicate balance required from both partners, acknowledging the collaborative effort needed for genuine healing.
    Central to our conversation is the distinction between trust as a belief and trust as behavior. We explore actionable tips on how the unfaithful partner can act in trustworthy ways, including transparency, accountability, and consistency.
    The episode concludes with practical do's and don'ts for couples seeking to earn trust after infidelity, emphasizing the importance of allowing trust to be earned and acting in consistent, intentional, and trustworthy ways.
    Whether you're in the midst of affair recovery or seeking insights into trust dynamics, this episode provides valuable guidance on the journey to rebuilding and earning trust. Join us as we navigate the complexities of trust in the aftermath of infidelity and offer practical steps for couples looking to heal and move forward.
    [Listen to the full episode on the podcast for a deeper exploration of trust dynamics and actionable tips for affair recovery, or read the full blog post.]

    • 42 min
    Episode 079: How Can Someone Who Loves Me Betray Me?

    Episode 079: How Can Someone Who Loves Me Betray Me?

    In this intriguing podcast episode, the topic of love and betrayal takes center stage, prompting us to explore the complex dynamics that arise when the people we cherish deeply hurt us.
    Idit Sharoni hosts her team of experts in order to shed a light on this topic. She begins with asking Alana Tokayer, a Marriage & Family Therapist and Program Specialist to describe what she notices with couples in the aftermath of infidelity grappling with this question. Alana sets the stage by highlighting the profound impact of betrayal when it comes from someone we consider our best friend, our everything.
    As a therapist, Alana has witnessed couples grappling with the aftermath of infidelity, and the burning question always lingers: "How can someone who loves me betray me?" This inquiry lies at the heart of the episode, as it dives into the intricacies of understanding the coexistence of love and betrayal in modern relationships.
    Alana is joined by a team of experts, including Yael Haklai-Neagu and Ana De la Cruz, both licensed Marriage & Family Therapists specializing in relationships and affair recovery. Together, they shed light on how partners can make sense of the painful dilemma caused by infidelity.
    Throughout the episode, the team offers valuable insights and tips for coping with this conundrum, emphasizing the importance of questioning assumptions and challenging thought patterns that hinder healing. They discuss how love and betrayal can coexist, urging listeners to reconsider their perceptions of loyalty and love.
    The episode concludes with three practical tips for healing after infidelity, shared by Alana, Ana, and Yael. These tips emphasize the significance of intentionality, open-mindedness, and reframing one's perspective to navigate the challenging journey of rebuilding trust and love after betrayal.
    Listeners are left with a thought-provoking exploration of the complex interplay between love and betrayal in relationships. The episode encourages us to reevaluate our beliefs about loyalty, love, and the potential for healing and growth after experiencing infidelity. If you're seeking guidance on affair recovery or intrigued by the intricate dynamics of love and betrayal, this podcast episode promises valuable insights and a deeper understanding of these complex emotions.
    Read the show notes 
    Learn about our Infidelity recovery Program
    Schedule a free 45-minute consultation
    See our website

    • 43 min
    Episode 078: Can conventional couples therapy help you heal from infidelity?

    Episode 078: Can conventional couples therapy help you heal from infidelity?

    Have you wondered whether conventional couples therapy can help you heal from infidelity? Is it effective for infidelity recovery?
    Do you want helpful options in the aftermath of infidelity or an affair recovery?
    You aren’t alone. Unfortunately, there isn’t much information out there to truly educate struggling couples. Though it seems that conventional or traditional couples therapy is the only way to go, there are more options to explore. Let’s discuss your infidelity recovery choices here in this episode.
    Important links:
    Infidelity Recovery Program
    Schedule a free Consult

    • 50 min
    Episode 077: The Undetected Cause of Infidelity

    Episode 077: The Undetected Cause of Infidelity

    You don’t want to miss this article. In fact, I can’t believe we haven’t talked about this  before. Why? Because this topic is too important to skip. What I’m about to share with you has a way of hiding in the shadows of too many relationships…
    First, you probably know that infidelity happens for all kinds of reasons. Sometimes it has to do with the relationship, sometimes it doesn’t. Sometimes it’s a combination of both. What you might not know is that, in the majority of cases, there is a “silent killer” lurking between partners for months, even years before infidelity ever happens. 
    It’s called conflict avoidance.
    How does something this destructive go undetected? Because it feels natural, even good at times. Yet, it has the power to gradually and quietly disconnect partners completely.
    Fortunately, your relationship is not at the unavoidable mercy of this hidden relationship problem. I’m here to help you understand what conflict avoidance is, what it does, and how you can stop it. 
    Listen to this episode to learn more.
    Click to take our Conflict Avoidance Self Check
    Visit the podcast show notes page.

    • 24 min

Customer Reviews

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183 Ratings

Kyle K_82 ,

Great Insight and Content

Very informative and helpful. Fantastic insight and easy to listen to, even the tough content that hits close to home. Keep up the great work.

Goldpanner! ,

Great information

I have listened to several episodes now and just want to say that you guys are right in with infidelity recovery pieces! Being a liscensed social
Worker myself and having walked through infidelity a few years ago, successfully, I will say that you are right on with your steps, your way of thinking, and the right things to have a couple do to recover fully. kudos for being understanding and doing your homework to help couples uncover everything that needs uncovered and processed through when going through something as complex as infidelity. Keep up the good work.

j8clo ,

Perfect timing

This episode was to the point-helpful deal with your emotions. Poignant information and very relatable if your going through the situation.

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