Coping with Infedility

Emotional Safety
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Coping with Infidelity

The pain from infidelity can be intense, and as those who are experiencing infidelity grieve, their brains are working to make sense of this life-changing event. The effects can be long-term, resulting in depression, anxiety, and other post-traumatic stress symptoms. Infidelity affects your relationships, body, brain, and mental health. The following research can give you a much deeper understanding of how these long-term effects take root.

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Post Infidelity Stress Disorder Quiz

“Is your heart broken, and are you suffering from relational betrayal trauma? You can take this post-infidelity stress disorder (PISD) quiz to find out if you are suffering from PISD or not. It is a trauma that occurs when your partner breaks your heart, and you can’t understand what happened, why or the pain this betrayal has caused you. Here, we have a set of questions to determine whether your pain can be understood in this way.

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