What does our organization do?
We provide free, confidential, one-to-one telephone peer counseling and support for women who are coping with their husband's or partner's infidelity.
We've been through it, and we will listen to you without judgment. You can talk, rage, vent, laugh, cry, question, explore.
Who are we?
We are a small group of women, based in the San Francisco Bay Area. Our peer counselors are all women who have survived infidelity; some of our counselors are married, some are divorced.
Regardless of how our different situations turned out, we have this in common: we healed and we survived. You will, too. Talking about it can help.
How can you reach someone to talk to?
Call us at . Leave your first name only and phone number where we can give you a confidential call. A peer counselor will absolutely call you back within 24 hours. If the peer counselor has to leave a message, she will simply leave her first name and say she's a peer counselor from the counseling network.
If you prefer not to call us, use the Talk To A Peer Counselor page to submit your first name and phone number.
Is this a support group?
We are not a support group or online forum. Instead, we provide one-to-one peer counseling by phone. Based in California, we provide free peer support to women anywhere in the United States and beyond. Our trained volunteer peer counselors will support you, unconditionally and nonjudgmentally, in your survival of and healing from infidelity.
You are not ready to tell anybody about your husband's affair.
Okay. If you decide you want to talk to us another time, just give us a call. A meaningful place to start is The Monogamy Myth: A Personal Handbook for Recovering from Affairs by Peggy Vaughan. We also recommend the Beyond Affairs Network and Dear Peggy.com for invaluable articles and guidance.
Peer counseling is not a substitute for guidance by a licensed mental health professional. Please seek this help if needed. If this is a true emergency, call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room.