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Rethinking affairs

5 Sept 2022. 8:30pm (UK time)


Most people have been touched by infidelity in their lives, either directly, or as the family or friend of someone who has had an affair. If you or your ex have had an affair (or are having), you are not alone, statistics find that up to 60% of relationships suffer from at least one instance of infidelity.

Often the reaction to someone having an affair is one of harsh judgement. So it’s not easy to get support. However, rather than thinking that the cheater is evil, and the cheated is a victim, let’s try to understand why affairs happen, and how to come back from these.

In this session Dr Isabelle Hung examines why people have affairs and why they are so traumatic. This event is for anyone who has ever cheated or been cheated on, or who simply wants a new framework for understanding relationships.

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Your host…

Isabelle Hung

Isabelle Hung

Divorce Club Founder



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Dr Isabelle Hung

Dr Isabelle Hung is a co-founder of divorceclub.com and a clinical psychologist. Having got through her own divorce, she is now remarried and happy to report that divorce really is an opportunity for growth and positive change.