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  • Worst site for both betrayed and wayward spouses. I wouldn't recommend anyone to use this site as a means to heal. It's only made my marriage worse and I'm hoping after my husband reads these reviews he will discontinue use on it. Thank you to all who have reviewed. For the wayward side, you are not to have feelings. You shall bow down to your betrayed spouse and do as they command. Take your lifelong punishment as you should. I'm utterly shocked and disgusted by members claiming to be there to help yet putting people down for sharing a different opinion. They are contradictory and co-dependent. Majority of people on there seem to be mindless, brainwashed robots. They seem to feel every situation is exactly the same. Hey, it's great if you're a betrayed spouse. On the betrayed side, the wayward is always wrong. They sit there and condone, not just condone, encourage bad behavior toward their wayward spouses. Majority of people on the betrayed site seem to use their partners infidelity as a way to control their spouse. Not just control but to get their childish way with everything in the marriage "or I will leave". They talk about a 180. It works for everyone they say. If my husband pulled a "180" on me, I would have walked out. On both sides, people seem to focus on one thing said in your post. I find it's always completely off topic of what you are actually trying to get answers for. I posted a situation in which I know I was in the wrong and stated it numerous times in my post. My post was to ask advice on how to make it right. Instead of offering advice, people went on a tirade about what I had done in the first place. I stated numerous times that I understand my reaction wasn't what it should have been. It was still ignored and people still went on and on about it. In one post, I called the "other man" my ex and mistakingly put in AP (affair partner) rather than FAP (former affair partner), which was probably a typo. BIG MISTAKE that was. "You called him your ex. You still have feelings for him. "You said AP. That sounds present. That suggests to me that you are still in your affair". Really? People on there are ridiculous. Only seeing one part of the story.

    by sisucks | 13-03-2014
  • Survivinginfidelity.com is great if you are a betrayed spouse (which I am) and you want your head patted and to be told any bad behavior you have is okay (which I don't want). Everyone is told any type of revenge the betrayed spouse wants to exact against the cheater or other man/woman is okay. If anyone steps in to say bad behavior s bad no matter which side it comes from...prepare to be told you are unsupportive and not to post. Apparently if you've been cheated on, any behavior you have is acceptable and anyone saying otherwise should shut up. I'm not one to condone bad behavior...I don't care what the situation is. I quickly learned at SI bad behavior is okay if your spouse has cheated on you...seems counterproductive to healing to me, but I also noticed the vast majority of people true are not looking to heal but to wallow in their pain and make someone pay for it...it isn't surprising few of the marriages 'reconcile' even though some don't divorce...they just sit in their misery. If you want true healing...find a professional...

    by betrayed | 07-01-2013
  • Of course those reviews come from previously banned members that broke the guidelines of the site, so it's not likely they would say something positive. That would be like praising your boss to others right after he fires you. The site was created 9 years ago to help anyone that is in need of support.

    by sistaff | 21-09-2011
  • Things you might not know about Survivinginfidelity.com, but might want to The forum is only truly useful if you have a super sob story involving children. If you’re not married, you will be told to cut your losses and you will be largely ignored. The owner of the site is a wayward spouse as well as an active moderator. The moderators are unprofessional bullies who encourage smack talk of banned members. Moderators will insult a member on their thread after banning them so they cannot respond. The site now encourages the membership of cheaters currently engaged in affairs. Cheaters and former waywards on the forum are coddled and treated with kid gloves. The site pushes reconciliation as an agenda (unless you are not married and have no children – then you do not matter). Not a surprise when you consider who owns the site. The site enforces a milquetoast attitude towards waywards and affair partners. You are expected to remain passive and submissive, which is euphemistically referred to as “taking the high road”. Again, not a surprise when you consider who owns the site. (PS – the person who screwed your spouse isn’t thinking “gee, what a classy individual, he/she is taking the high road” – they’re thinking, “thanks for making this so easy on me. Now onto my next married conquest with the milquetoast pansy do-nothing spouse”) The forum is extremely cliquey, and certain members can get away with things that a new member would be instantly banned for – inflammatory statements, insults, being argumentative, etc. If you DARE voice any displeasure with the site, or point out any of the above, you will be instantly attacked by the other Stepford members and/or escorted out. This will then be followed by more smack talk and a thread worshipping and praising the moderators. “Come on in – you’re safe here. If you’re an automaton.”

    by itswednesday | 21-07-2011
  • AVOID SurvivingInfidelity.com website: SurvivingInfidelity's Admins and Mods controlling content: They are still doing it. They tried to tell me to 'reword' a post the way they wanted it so it sounded the way they laid out to me. They are unprofessional , as well as bullying of their members. If you do not do as they say, they ban you, even against their own Terms I suggested they get better software, they deemed it 'insulting'. ..huge red flag for me . in other posts, they bully and manipulate members, shut down posts if they don't like the sound or wording , are insulting. If you visit their forums, read some old posts look for the mods replies. There is a clear pattern. I found iVillage Relationship forums to have everything ++++ . SI did me a huge favor in banning me. iVillage is a professional site and they have "ask the doctor" forums. HUGE bonus! Summary REVIEW: In my opinion, avoid the survivinginfidelity's site completely. Other QUOTES about this site: "Another victim of the Surviving Infidelity machine?.. And here I thought only the unpopular members were treated like shit. It's funny how much crap I'm finding out about that place, now that I've started looking around." "Tina said... All I can say is I am astonished at what that site has become. I very rarely visit it anymore and I am going to write and ask that they remove me as a member....""What was once a forum for the free exchange of ideas, opinions and even debate, became a forum that is ruled pretty much with an iron fist. And there is no room for a dissenting opinion. Either you get in line, or you are history. I do not miss it. At all." Search for more reviews. There is a pattern of bullying and manipulating their members in their own forums. Be careful of getting involved in a site that is willing to manipulate people who are in a very hurtful place. (Betrayal) There are reputable and professional sites out there like iVillage that provide all the tools in a safe environment. SurvivingInfidelity's Admins and Mods controlling content: They are still doing it. They tried to tell me to 'reword' a post the way they wanted it so it sounded the way they laid out to me. They are unprofessional , as well as bullying of their members. If you do not do as they say, they ban you, even against their own Terms I suggested they get better software, they deemed it 'insulting'. ..huge red flag for me . in other posts, they bully and manipulate members, shut down posts if they don't like the sound or wording , are insulting. If you visit their forums, read some old posts look for the mods replies. There is a clear pattern. I found iVillage Relationship forums to have everything ++++ . SI did me a huge favor in banning me. iVillage is a professional site and they have "ask the doctor" forums. HUGE bonus! Summary REVIEW: In my opinion, avoid the survivinginfidelity's site completely. Other QUOTES about this site: "Another victim of the Surviving Infidelity machine?.. And here I thought only the unpopular members were treated like shit. It's funny how much crap I'm finding out about that place, now that I've started looking around." "Tina said... All I can say is I am astonished at what that site has become. I very rarely visit it anymore and I am going to write and ask that they remove me as a member....""What was once a forum for the free exchange of ideas, opinions and even debate, became a forum that is ruled pretty much with an iron fist. And there is no room for a dissenting opinion. Either you get in line, or you are history. I do not miss it. At all." Search for more reviews. There is a pattern of bullying and manipulating their members in their own forums. Be careful of getting involved in a site that is willing to manipulate people who are in a very hurtful place. (Betrayal) There are reputable and professional sites out there like iVillage that provide all the tools in a safe environment.

    by drmchld | 21-04-2011

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