Move Beyond Betrayal
Step into Clarity, Power, & Connection
For Partners IMPACTED BY BETRAYAL
Moving Beyond Betrayal:
The 5-Step Boundary Solution for Partners of Sex Addicts
Partners who have experienced chronic betrayal or a spouse's addiction experience dire consequences from the devastating impact of serial infidelity.
You need the very best in self-care and self-protection as you navigate the difficult and painful process through discovery, disclosure, and beyond. In other words—you need boundaries.
Moving Beyond Betrayal is the first book written for partners affected by chronic sexual betrayal that guides you through a step-by-step process of identifying, creating, and maintaining personal and relationship boundaries as a vital component of self-care, and an indispensable tool for your healing, growth, and thriving.
Available in paperback, Kindle, and audiobook
“The sexual betrayal partners of sex addicts experience is extremely difficult to overcome. It’s easy to get stuck in the victim position, resentment, and reactivity. This splendid work by Vicki Tidwell Palmer provides a step-by-step process that will help partners of sex addicts move out of the trauma and into a more profound sense of intimacy with their partners. A wonderful read!”
— Pia Mellody, Senior Clinical Advisor for The Meadows and author of Facing Codependence, Facing Love Addiction, and The Intimacy Factor
Vicki is the best-selling author of Moving Beyond Betrayal, host of the Beyond Bitchy Podcast: Mastering the Art of Boundaries, and blogger for Thriving After Betrayal blog, ranked one of the Top 15 Infidelity Blogs and Websites to Follow in 2019.
Her latest project, unveiled on International Women’s Day 2020, is The Radiant Threefold Path | Return+Reclaim+Receive. The RTP is a journey of reclamation for women to re-discover and reclaim their most authentic, feminine essence, so that they can create the life of their deepest desires.
Vicki is a Licensed, Clinical Social Worker and a Somatic Experiencing® Practitioner (SEP) based in Houston, Texas. She has trained with Pia Mellody, Drs. John & Julie Gottman, Terry Real, and Sue Johnson,
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