Avoiding the Greener Grass Syndrome: How to Grow Affair Proof Hedges Around Your Marriage

From a woman who strayed to the other side of the marital fence—and returned to find forgiveness and restoration—comes this practical book about predicting and preventing an extramarital affair.

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The Montel Williams Show: The Secret Lives of Wives

If you think infidelity means, "cheating husbands" or "cheating boyfriends", then go ahead and take a look at this video of Ron and Nancy's appearance on Montel.

Interview on The Huffington Post: This Couple Is Proof That Your Marriage Can Survive Infidelity

When Nancy Anderson was 24, she cheated on her husband. But instead of leaving the marriage, Nancy's husband took quite an interesting postition...

FamilyLife Today Broadcast: Three Part Series


Nancy & Ron join Dennis Rainey on a three part series that starts with the heartache of infidelity, and ends with the hope & healing that only God gives. 

“The book that you’ve written called, Avoiding the Greener Grass Syndrome gives couples hope that a marriage can recover from an extra-marital affair, but it’s also a great warning to all of us that we need to make sure we have established appropriate boundaries." - Dennis Rainey

Revive Our Hearts Radio with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth

I think you'll agree that we're hearing a very moving story and powerful illustration of the redeeming grace and goodness of God!

"Nancy and Ron, thank you so much for being willing to tell your story. The reason we’re sharing it is not to glorify sin or the failure, but to glorify the grace of God that is able to take hopelessly broken lives and pieces and make something of great beauty of them. So thank you for being with us again today on Revive Our Hearts." - Nancy Demoss Wolgemuth

Our Daily Bread (Print + Online)

Nancy Anderson says she grew lukewarm in her faith and thus believed the world's lie: "I deserve to be happy." This led to an extramarital affair that nearly ended her marriage...

More To Life Magazine: When Someone Cheats

Often times, the adultery leads to divorce. In Anderson's Case, it became a new beginning.


Adultery doesn't need to end in divorce.

Chicken Soup Series Contributor

Nancy has been a contributing author for the Award-Winning Chicken Soup for the Soul brand since 2005 and was published in six of their best-selling books. Several of her stories were about love and marriage including Love Stories, and Happily Ever After, (published in 2008) and The Power of Forgiveness (published in 2014) which includes her story The “Other” Woman.

The 700 Club: Ron & Nancy’s Interview

Ron and Nancy were married in 1978 at Biola University in La Mirada, California while they were both attending college. Their marriage got off to a rocky start and went downhill guickly. They were both expecting the other person to make them happy.