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After the Affair

Two Case Studies Illustrate the Opportunities Moving Forward

Don-David Lusterman • 9/19/2019

By Don-David Lusterman - My goal is not merely to help these couples weather the crisis and patch things up, but to help them understand how both spouses created the marital context that made an affair possible, and how the crisis itself can be the spring board to a healthier, more satisfying relationship.

Daily Blog
Copyright:
2/4/2013
Authors:
DON-DAVID LUSTERMAN, PHD
 
EMILY BROWN, LCSW
 
FRANK PITTMAN, MD
 
LEO FAY, PHD
 
SHIRLEY GLASS, PHD
Product:
NRC095551

Marriage at the Turning Point

The Affair as Crisis and Opportunity

Don-David Lusterman • 5/1/1989

Back in the 1950s, Debbie Reynolds and Eddie Fisher, Hollywood's perfect young couple, shocked their fan-magazine public by divorcing after Fisher's scandalous affair with Elizabeth Taylor. In those innocent times, lots of people, myself included, took this spectacle very seriously.

Magazine Article
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Copyright:
2/4/2013
Authors:
DON-DAVID LUSTERMAN, PHD
 
EMILY BROWN, LCSW
 
FRANK PITTMAN, MD
 
LEO FAY, PHD
 
SHIRLEY GLASS, PHD
Product:
NRC095551
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After the Affair

Two Case Studies Illustrate the Opportunities Moving Forward

Don-David Lusterman • 9/19/2019

By Don-David Lusterman - My goal is not merely to help these couples weather the crisis and patch things up, but to help them understand how both spouses created the marital context that made an affair possible, and how the crisis itself can be the spring board to a healthier, more satisfying relationship.

Daily Blog
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Marriage at the Turning Point

The Affair as Crisis and Opportunity

Don-David Lusterman • 5/1/1989

Back in the 1950s, Debbie Reynolds and Eddie Fisher, Hollywood's perfect young couple, shocked their fan-magazine public by divorcing after Fisher's scandalous affair with Elizabeth Taylor. In those innocent times, lots of people, myself included, took this spectacle very seriously.

Magazine Article
Page 1 of 1
Don-David Lusterman, Ph.D., is adjunct clinical supervisor at the Ferkaug Graduate School of Psychology of Yeshiva University and has taught at Hofstra University. He's the author of Infidelity: A Survival Guide and Bridging Separate Gender Worlds.