Affairs: A Guide to Working Through the Repercussions of Infidelity, (Special Large Print Amazon Edition)
September 1999, Jossey-Bass
"Emily Brown has written a must-read book for anyone going
through the searing pain of infidelity. First she deciphers the
five types of affairs, then she gives clear step-by-step procedures
to help both partners deal with it and even grow from it. It's a
—Marguerite Kelly, syndicated columnist, The Family Almanac and author, Marguerite Kelly's Family Almanac
"Finally, a book on affairs that pulls no punches!. . . . It's
the book I'll put at the top of my list to recommend to both
professionals and to husbands, wives, and lovers. Highly
—Isolina Ricci, author, Mom's House, Dad's House: The Complete Guide for Parents Who Are Separated, Divorced, or Remarried
Chapter 1 The Five Types of Affairs.
Chapter 2 The Two Sides of Telling: Will I, Won't I . . . / Do I Want toKnow?
Chapter 3 Facing the Affair.
Chapter 4 Flashpoints for Violence.
Chapter 5 Letting Go of Obsession.
Chapter 6 Working on the Marriage: Building a Sense of Trust and Belonging.
Chapter 7 Working on Your Self: Healing Childhood Wounds.
Chapter 8 Rebuilding When Your Marriage Ends with an Affair.
Chapter 9 Getting Help That Is Helpful.
Chapter 10 Talking with Your Children, Your Friends, and Your Family.
Chapter 11 Examining the Single Side of the Triangle.
Chapter 12 Making Peace, Moving On.
About the Author.
About the Affairs.
Help Web Site.