Episode 085: Thoughts From Mom-nonymous

By Help Person|September 18, 2018|Thoughts from Mom-nonymous, Uncategorized|0 comments

Episode 085: Overcoming the Pain of Infidelity with special guest Teri Lynnn Wilkins

Teri Lynn is a life coach specializing in cheating, betrayal, and infidelity. 

Teri Lynn’s story begins with her living the dream, married with two kids, and living in a nice home on a golf course. She had a large social circle and was active in charitable causes. She also cheated on her hubby, and found him unattractive. One Christmas day she shared that she wanted out. He asked if maybe they could work it out. She chose to leave it all behind.

Cheating with someone can make you feel good about yourself regardless of the cost. But on the other hand, you become the bitch.

Teri Lynn has experienced both cheating and being cheated on.Betrayal leaves open wounds and scars forever.

She was a broken woman looking for intimacy and a way to feel good about herself. Her boyfriend was going through divorce but couldn’t just walk out. He had kids, too. After Teri Lynn’s divorce, the boyfriend and his wife were off and on again. Teri Lynn was not doing well financially and neither was her boyfriend.

Teri Lynn was feeling the turmoil and guilt of what this was doing, not only to herself, but to the kids. Even how his wife had to go through it all. Betrayal leaves such open wounds, especially when you are on the receiving end.

Teri Lynn has experienced both sides and today she coaches others who are stuck in their shame and guilt.

Her advice is own up, work on getting strong, and get on the right path again.

Each week Mom-nonymous shares her thoughts on the episode. Mom-nonymous is a wife, mom, and listener of Life Lafter Divorce Podcast. She’s been married for over 50 years, has never been divorced, and would like to remain anonymous.

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