Surviving Infidelity and Cancer with Author C J Grace
September 3, 2021
There are many things that we must “survive” throughout our lifetime. I know during my life I hope that big trials will hit me one at a time. Things don’t always work out that way and sometimes, they hit way too close together. When that happens, I’ve found, and my guest today found that it’s good to figure out a plan to deal with these trials and difficulties. Author C J Grace joins me of this show to share her story and to share how she dealt with her husband’s infidelity and a cancer diagnosis. She’s the author of Adulterer’s Wife: How to Thrive Whether You Stay or Not.
Show Premieres on Thursday, September 2, 2021 at 9 pm ET/6 pm PT
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Free PDF- Overcoming Infidelity: Tools to Tame the Roller Coaster of Negative Emotions
Questions We Discuss –
- Why do you say that after discovering infidelity, the best revenge is to get past the need for revenge?
- How can you get off the emotional roller coaster that discovering infidelity creates?
- Can you describe the 6-part program you developed to deal with both infidelity and breast cancer?
- How can you use adversity to make life better than before?
- Why does infidelity happen?
- How do you decide whether to stay or go?
- How do you reclaim your sex life after infidelity?
About Adulterer’s Wife: How to Thrive Whether You Stay or Not
About C J Grace
C. J. Grace is the author of Adulterer’s Wife: How to Thrive Whether You Stay or Not. When Arianna Huffington received a copy, she invited her to be a HuffPost contributor. C. J. is currently completing Hotel Chemo: My Wild Ride through Breast Cancer and Infidelity. She dealt with the double whammy of discovering her husband’s infidelity and shortly after being diagnosed with breast cancer by refusing to be a victim and keeping her wicked sense of humor. C. J. was a BBC journalist and voice-over artist in the UK and later worked for China Radio International in Beijing. Now divorced and US based, C. J. insists that the obstacles she has faced have enabled her to make mid-life better than her younger days. Her mantra: The best revenge is to get past the need for it.