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Have you recently taken the trip of a
lifetime? Had a travel adventure you’d
like to share with our readers? It doesn’t
matter if you took the trip 10 years ago or
just returned to the airport 10 minutes ago,
we want to hear your story. From camel-
riding in Dubai to monkey-watching in
Southeast Asia to kangaroo-spotting in
Australia, the wilder your story, the more
interested we are to hear it. In 100 words or
less, describe what made the trip special,
what the most memorable moment was
and who you went with. Once we review
all the submissions, we will select a choice
few to be included in our main feature.
Please make sure to include any relevant
contact information so a reporter can
elaborate on your submission if needed.
To submit your story, email Editor@
KeyBiscayneMag.com with “Travel Tale”
in the subject line.
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Q: I have been a Key Biscayne resident for a long
time and am proud to call the island home. However,
over the past few months I’ve started to worry that I
may have to relocate in order to save my marriage. I’m
having an affair with my friend’s husband and I can’t
bring myself to continue doing this to her but I can’t
separate myself away from him. My husband has no
idea that any of this is going on and I want to keep it
that way but I’m fearful that he’s beginning to suspect
something is going on. I don’t want to throw away my
family and my home but the only way I can avoid my
lover is to move. Is there any advice you can give me
that might help get me out of this situation without
totally devastating everyone involved? I feel like such
a horrible person for letting all of this happen.
A: Moving to another city may not necessarily be
the answer. You have not placed yourself in an easy
situation. It’s important that you realized how this can
destroy your family as well as your friend’s family.
It sounds like you were not happy in your marriage
which eventually led you to have an affair. What are
you in need of, more love and attention? If you love
your spouse and want to give your marriage another
opportunity, I recommend you stop this affair as soon
as possible before it’s too late. Slowly distance your
friendship and make it clear to your lover that this is
truly the best decision for everyone. In terms of your
husband, think of what has worked in the past. Tell
him what you want to see more of from him in the
marriage. Maybe then your marriage will be enticing
and fulfilling with no need to go anywhere else.
› Lisette Beraja of Beraja Counseling Center is a Licensed
Marriage and Family Therapist with more than 10 years
of experience working with children, adults, couples
and families. If you have a question you’d like answered
in a future edition of Key Biscayne Magazine, email it
to Lisette@Beraja.com. Due to high volume, we will not
be able to respond to all submissions. All names will be
withheld to ensure the privacy of our readers.
“I’m thrilled to have had this vote of
confidence that you have given me.”
— Hillary Clinton of Florida’s
Democratic primary results
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