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“I’m married but I’ve fallen for another man”

Our award-winning coach, Kim Morgan, assists a woman who feels trapped in her stale marriage and is enjoying attention from a colleague

Session one

“He makes me feel alive and excited but there’s so much at stake”

When we first met, Molly* was keener to know about my personal circumstances than my coaching qualifications, and I wondered what was important to her about this. She told me that knowing that I was not a ‘smug married’ (her words!) helped her feel confident that I would not judge her.

Molly had fallen in love with Dan,* a colleague. She was confused and scared but very excited. ‘It began as a friendship. We were collaborating on a project – working late and then grabbing something to eat. He’s funny and kind. I knew I was falling for him and now he has told me that he feels the same way, and we don’t know what to do. We’ve had a few secret meetings but it hasn’t gone any further yet.’

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