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#1186614 09/15/04 04:29 PM
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What are the best books on affairs. I am looking for something that explains the process of affairs. The predictable patterns and such. I have Not Just Friends and His Needs Her Needs. Any other suggestions?

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Harley's book in the bookstore:

Surviving an affair.

It was scary. Every page I read was either related to me or the BS. I wish I read this 4 years ago when the first A happened.

#1186616 09/15/04 06:49 PM
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Thank you for your suggestion. I went out and bought that book plus After the Affair.

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After the Affair is awesome. First book I read before finding MarriageBuilders

#1186618 09/16/04 05:02 AM
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SAA is revelatory. Surviving infidelity is a useful, unemotional analysis of affair dynamics. Veyr helpful when trying Plan A.
Torn Asunder by Dave Carder is an unusual book that does not conform dirctly with MB principles. Useful for Christians to read however. I just took delivery of HN/HN and Lovebusters but haven't read yet.

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I have also read "not just friends" by Shirley Glass. I thought it was an excellent book. It is very research based and I thought very helpful to understand all involved in an affair. I just wish I could get my W to read it. Also the end of the book has lists of articles used for references, books to read and websites.


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