This is a group for people who are married but deep down they are unhappy.
Members of this group can show support for each other and help each other through what may be some very rough times.
We love making each other happy, and never try to change who the other person is," she says.
"Gary was totally consumed and exhausted by his work—there was nothing left for me," she says.
Her husband was hurt by her change of heart, and began to resent her.
"We started fighting a lot, and I resented him for resenting me and we were just constantly hurting each other," she says.
Silverman stresses the importance of open and honest communication in a relationship as a way for a couple to stay connected—before one of the spouses seeks comfort or intimacy outside of the marriage.
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"I had no illusions that I was in love, but it was eye-opening to be with someone that made me feel good about myself, made me laugh and respected me for who I was—not who he wanted me to be," she says.