How to Recover From Infidelity


Have you ever been on the other side of infidelity? Dated a married or separated man? These tips will empower you.

My recent radio guest, Dr. Paul DePompo, is a psychologist, author, speaker, researcher. He is the founder of the Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Institute of Southern California. Dr. DePompo’s no-nonsense approach utilizes short-term techniques that when mastered in the short-term, make for long-term change.

DePompo is Board Certified in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, is a Diplomate of the Academy of Cognitive Therapy, and is the director of the only affiliated training center of the Albert Ellis Institute in California conducting trainings for psychologists in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. He also consults with Hollywood studios regarding psychological matters.

Dr. DePompo joined me on Last First Date Radio to discuss the other side of infidelity, how to reclaim your heart when your partner is married. Highlights of the show below.

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Signs of Infidelity: Is Your Partner Cheating?

How do you recognize signs of a partner cheating? Gregory Smith, an expert on infidelity, shares practical clear advise on how to spot a cheater.

My radio guest, Gregory Smith is the Founder of, and the author of “How to Successfully Recover from Having Been Cheated On” and “Signs of Infidelity – How to Know for Sure If Your Partner is Cheating”. Gregory has counseled thousands of men and women through various situations involving infidelity. He has seen literally EVERYTHING in terms of how people hide their infidelities … what they do, how they do it, how they hide things, and how they’ve been discovered. Following are loosely transcribed highlights of our radio show on Last First Date Radio.

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Infidelity: When to Make Up, When to Break Up?

Marriage Counselor Aaron I AndersonWhat a great discussion on my radio show yesterday with Aaron Anderson, a therapist and owner of The Marriage and Family Clinic in Denver, CO. The topic? ‘Infidelity: when to make up, when to break up’. Aaron writes for several websites and magazines, and is on the board of directors for The Colorado Association of Marriage and Family Therapy. He teaches Marriage and Family Therapy at Colorado University. He’s also the editor of The Relationship Prescription where you can find expert information for all your important relationships without the psychobabble. I have loosely transcribed some of the juicy highlights of the radio show below.

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