New Life Live: February 5, 2015

Topics: DatingMarriageSexual IntegrityPornographyForgivenessSexual Abuse 
Hosts: Steve ArterburnDr. Sheri KefferMilan Yerkovich

Caller Questions:

  1. My wife is reliving past hurts through our daughter’s dating breakup, and I want to fix it.
  2. How do I find healing from my husband’s porn and emotional infidelity and my love addiction? 
  3. Do you consider masturbation a sin? 
  4. I violated my wife’s trust, but she doesn’t want to seek healing for herself. 
  5. How do I forgive the people who sodomized my 13yo son? 

Suggested Resources:
How We Love
Is This The One
When You Love Too Much
The Fantasy Fallacy
Forgiving the Unforgivable

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  1. D February 5, 2015 at 1:30 pm - Reply

    As a wife of a cross dresser, I noticed the typical way the man in question 4 first wanted to get his wife to work at the relationship….to fix her. I’m glad he was able to acknowledge that he had a problem. Many of this type of man think the women have to just accept it and let them do whatever they want. Hopefully that’s not what was suggested here when this man was told that his wife needs to know all of who he is. It is sinful, just like the caller before him, if his wife can’t handle it. I can’t, yet I’ve stayed 36 years. I hope this man will first believe he CAN overcome with God’s help, else how does he expect his wife to heal from the hurt his addiction has caused?

  2. D February 5, 2015 at 2:01 pm - Reply

    Is the shame that caller #4 feels really “sorrow to repentance”, or is it just an embarrassing adrenalin rush “worldly sorrow”? Something only he can ask himself.

  3. jeff corino February 5, 2015 at 4:35 pm - Reply

    This was a great program. All 3 counselors had equal opportunity to share their thoughts. Things work best when Steve includes his guest hosts on most calls. |It is too bad that the last caller came up at the end of the program. His issue was very heavy and it weighed on my heart as I listened to his pain. May God bless him and help him to find a place of peace and healing. I wish that those abusers of his 13 year old son were locked up behold bars for a long time. Better yet, I wish that they would come to a place of repentance and salvation.

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