Why Extramarital Affairs Happen and How to Prevent Them with Dr. Joe Beam

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To many people, marital stress and even extramarital affairs seem to be a fact of life. This week, Dr. Joe Beam explains why extramarital affairs are so prevalent, as well as how couples can prevent them. 

Episode At A Glance:

This week, Dr. Joe Beam returns to The SavvyCast to discuss why affairs happen and how to prevent them. Dr. Beam’s work has helped thousands of couples. He believes that by reaching beyond the mind and into the heart and soul of men and women, love finds new ways to allow couples to communicate. Additionally, this creates a relationship that is aware but not conducive to divorce.

Dr Joe Beam

Who Is Dr. Joe Beam?

Dr. Beam is an internationally known and respected sexologist and authority on love, marriage, and sex. After he received his Ph.D. from the University of Sydney, he went on to  Marriage Helper. He has now designed and developed courses, workshops, and seminars to help troubled marriages for over two decades. For Dr. Beam, saving marriages is not just a job, it’s an all-consuming passion. In addition, every marriage saved is a testimony that the mission can be accomplished.

Questions Answered by Dr. Joe Beam In This Episode:

  • Have you noticed that COVID has changed marriages?
  • What are the different types of affairs?
  • How does an affair happen?
  • What do you do if you have no desire to have sex with your spouse?
  • How do you know when someone has crossed a line?
  • What can people expect from Dr. Beam’s workshops? 

Resources Mentioned In This Episode:

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If you like this podcast, be sure to check these out:

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