Questing France is a self-help memoir that will assist readers with creating and maintaining relationships with integrity. It is a very personal, first hand account of how one woman deals with marital infidelity. It poses serious questions about marriage, betrayal, trust, friendship and family relationships. It also provides many answers to questions on building strong relationships, parenting children through difficult times and creating friendships that have sincerity.Through Self exploration and inspiring travel experiences, Marilyn applies her expertise as a marriage and family therapist to her roles as a wife, mother, sibling, friend, and business woman. Her story reveals how behind the roles she plays she struggles to find strength and support to be her authentic Self.Recognizing the signs of an affair, determining why people return to or stay in a marriage after an affair, exploring ways to develop intimacy and rebuild trust, and helping children deal with parental conflict, are tackled head-on. This is a marriage with serious issues and a family experiencing emotional turmoil. The reader is allowed into the marital dynamics to look at personal and family relationships in a unique way. Many of the skills outlined in this book can be applied to both relationships and personal growth.This elegant and thoughtful account of personal exploration and self discovery takes the reader through the process of accepting responsibility to make the difficult choices that lead to living life with intent. The story builds up to a romantic and emotionally charged finale where Marilyn and her husband celebrate twenty-five years of marriage with a luxurious trip through France. It takes readers to the Normandy coast, through the Loire Valley, into the Pyrenees Mountains, exploring Roman ruins in Provence, to the French Riviera, into the French Alps and eventually to the romantic city of Paris.