Help Her to Heal Men’s Empathy and Communication Group

Have you hurt someone in the past or even recently that you love? In my work, I see that often, and it is not always done on purpose, but either way the damage can be crucial. When we hurt someone, we may quickly say we are sorry and hope that our significant other can forgive us. Unfortunately that does not always occur, especially if we betray our significant other. When partner’s are betrayed, they often share that the actual betrayal action(s) are definitely painful, but the lying and keeping this a secret can be even worse. Often a lot of repair will have to be done to rebuild trust. Are you in this situation? There is hope! You don’t have to do this alone. Read on about how we can work alongside you to rebuild trust.

How to empathize with your partner after betraying her.

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What you will learn in this much needed empathy group

In this group you will learn and be able to apply these needed skills:

  • What is empathy and how it is different from sympathy?
  • How to provide emotional safety and (in time) work on healing your relationship after betrayal
  • Learning empathy and communication models to use with your loved ones along with role-play to help her feel loved and reduce conflict.
  • How to deal with difficult situations, where nothing you do may work to help heal your relationship.
  • A Question and Answer period regarding empathy and restoring trust and healing
  • All of this and more to help with healing your significant other.
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How Empathy is a very crucial way to help her heal

One way to help our partner heal, besides working on what hurt our partner in the first place, is empathy. Empathy is not sympathy. Sympathy is saying I am sorry but not always joining your loved one in their pain and emotion. Dictionary.com defines sympathy as “feelings of pity and sorrow for someone else’s misfortune.” This may not always work and can often backfire. I find that many of my clients have to learn what empathy really is and how to best use it. Many of us where not taught this, so it is completely normal to feel some guilt about not knowing how to best validate your significant other and help them. You don’t have to re-invent the wheel, join this group today in order to learn these crucial skills. It can save your relationship!

Empathy can be hard at times, especially during the pain that results from hurting and betraying someone you love. If you are in a crisis after betraying or hurting someone you love (due to lying, having an affair, or being involved in an addictive behavior or substance) empathy is part of the antidote to healing if your partner is open to healing with you.

What is Empathy?

Empathy is defined as “the ability to understand and share the feelings of another.” This can be hard at times when you are feeling:

  • Shame
  • Guilty
  • Embarrassment
  • Confusion
  • Defensive
  • Resentment and more

The Challenge with empathy, especially if you have not been taught this

Many times you may not know how to be empathetic after significantly hurting someone, even if you learned empathy growing up. That is okay. I have found many men to be in the same boat. You don’t have to do this alone. I can help you learn and apply the skills of empathy in a safe, interactive and small therapeutic group. You will learn the concept of empathy and will have chances to practice it in this group which I believe will really be a big part of healing your relationship. These skills can also be used with your children, friends, and extended family.

To learn more and sign up for this group, click here. You can also call Heather our admin to receive more information or set a time to speak to David at admin@charlottecounselors.com or 980-224-3233.

What you will learn in this empathy group

In this group you will learn and be able to apply these needed skills:

  • What is empathy and how it is different from sympathy?
  • How to be provide emotional safety and (in time) kindly ask for safety in your relationship after betrayal
  • Learning empathy communication models to use with your loved ones along with role-play to help her feel loved and reduce conflict.
  • How to deal with difficult situations, where nothing you do may work to help heal your relationship.
  • All of this and more to help with healing your significant other.

Don’t wait another day, there is hope to help your significant other heal. You can work with David or Robert individually as well as in our Empathy Group. For more information reach out to us below or if you are ready to sign up click here:

Help your partner heal betrayal trauma
Help your partner heal after betrayal trauma

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