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Tiger Woods: affairs admission opens way to an honest life

1 June 2010 2 Comments

In their show “The Bottom Line of Romance” my discussion with Larry Arnette and Sharon Stevens discusses sexual and financial infidelity using Tiger Woods affairs as an example.  The sudden shattering of his pristine image has shocked the world and his fans, and the initial cover up has provoked more media attention to the full story and details, creating a conflict between “too much information” and “celebrity gossip.”  With the admission of his affairs Tiger Woods has lost his previous image but freed himself from living a secret double life.  Living with secrets makes us sick through dishonesty and shame.  Tiger is now free to use his courage to live an honest life, which is the best way for him to win back his family and his fans.  We discussed, as well, how to stop arguing for the sake of your relationship and how to work on rekindling your romance.  I offer a free ebook which can be downloaded from my website: to guide you through the steps to have a successful conversation about money and infidelity, both sexual and financial.   For relationship tips and advice, links to articles in CBS, Investor’s Business Daily, and radio shows, plus my blog see my website:

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