Free Partner Support Group

Our Free Partner Support Group is changing lives. You will not be labeled here. But you will be empowered to take control of your happiness and get practical advice on how to navigate the minefield of discovery, disclosure, and moving forward in a powerful way from people who’ve been there. You will learn how to use this crisis to discover your deeper self and be empowered to create happiness in your life independent of the circumstances life has thrown at you.


I know what you are going through. I wish I didn’t, but I do. I’ve used my crisis to not only save my marriage, but to transform into the amazing person and now a life coach that I knew I was destined to become. I was broken, insecure, and alone. Then I found Craig Perra and his Mindful Habit System and my entire life changed. I then dedicated my life to sharing this system with partners and the results have been incredible. I’d love to meet you in the group.

Tara Eash, C.M.H.C.

Partner Empowerment Coach

I’m sorry that you are here … and I’m honored. I’ve felt for the longest time that a gaping hole existed in the Partner support community. Either you’re co-dependent or you have a disease. I’ve found in working with hundreds of partners all over the world that you want teachings, tools, and techniques … a path that will help you heal from the profound betrayal inflicted upon you by you’re partner. I’m glad you’re here.

*****Please give my support team 24 hours to add you to the secret Facebook Support Group as it is a manual process. 

Craig Perra, J.D., C.P.C., C.M.H.C.


This Free Secret Facebook Group Is:


This Group is “SECRET” so your friends won’t know you’re in it.


We’ve all been there so we know what you’re going through.

Action Oriented

Massive amounts of empathy and this group is about ACTION and moving forward.


There is no charge for people who want to change their lives.

Part I: Trauma isn’t a Life Sentence

have shared my own story, and will continue to do so, highlighting how The Mindful Habit System helped me to overcome my trauma symptoms, and how I recovered from the trauma of damaged trust, but ingesting the possibility of change and digesting it, requires more than inspiring stories of the healing of others.

In part, this is due our tendency as human beings to assume that the joy, healing, success, triumph, or love that other people experience in their lives, is due to fortuitous occurrence that would never find its way to our own doorstep.

In addition, there is also just a general lack of understanding about trauma that needs to be remedied. I am committed to sharing my personal story, but also to sharing practical, research backed information about trauma and how it can be healed so that women (and men) everywhere can move on with their lives after discovering that their partner has engaged in sexually compulsive behaviors.

Coaching vs. Counseling? Clarifying Expectations

So what’s the difference then between therapy and coaching? I like to look at it from the perspective of the client’s expectations. Truth be told, there are so many different forms of therapy and coaching that it isn’t fair to lump all into an either/or categories, or make apples to apples comparisons.

How Doubting My Goals Helped Me Embrace Life

I attended the Arnold Sports Festival in Columbus, Ohio. It had been 15 years since my last visit to the festival. I kind of ignored something that wasn’t quite right in my spirit as we prepared to attend. My thoughts were that maybe it revolved around the fact that I hadn’t sorted out some of my self confidence issues, that I needed to develop more confidence in my body and how it looks.

But, it soon became obvious that there were deeper issues at play.

Should I Trust My Partner Again?

Is it possible to trust someone or advisable when they are responsible for your wounds?

It is an excellent question, one that begs examination. And I am not promising to answer it completely. The truth is… I have no right to answer that question for anyone, only as it applies to me.

My purpose in writing this is to help you start exploring the answer. This is not easy when it comes to matters of the heart.

So, let’s openly acknowledge that 1) There are no “right” answers, and 2) We are attempting to provide insight into a complex issue, and 3) despite #1 and #2, it is a question that you will be forced to examine and answer in your own life if you have experienced relationship trauma through infidelity.