When faced with the reality of betrayal being a part of your life, your mind spins with the fall out of how this will affect your future and the future of your children and your immediate family. You will likely go through a period of grieving that betrayal is a situation you are faced with. First the anger then the sadness. Your emotions fluctuate between extreme sadness, fear, anger, and confusion. Refusing to acknowledge your emotions isn’t the way out, but also letting your emotions consume your mind will not provide the path to stability. Allow yourself to grieve but set limits for yourself on how much time you will spend. Notice the effect on your mind and emotions If you find the time spent grieving has a positive affect on your soul, then you should notice that the intensity of the negative will dwindle over time. What you think affects your emotions and your emotions affect your actions.