New Life Live: June 3, 2016

Topics: Affairs, Medication, Physical Abuse, Sex Addiction
Hosts: Steve Arterburn and Guest Hosts Becky Brown and Chris Williams

Caller Questions:

  1. What help is available for women who reconnect with old friends and cross the line?
  2. Comment: God wants us to have discernment about taking medication.
  3. I am traumatized by my physically abusive husband; should I divorce him?
  4. Is it right to use tough love on my wife who is seeking out men and having affairs?

Suggested Resources:
Every Woman’s Battle
Healing Is a Choice
Your Sexually Addicted Spouse

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One Comment

  1. Denise Stiers June 3, 2016 at 12:18 pm - Reply

    After 33 of marriage my husband has decided to have an affair. I have expressed to him that I would be willing to forgive him ,seek counseling and work on this. He is confused and keeps bringing up all past hurts and issues. He comes around occasionally (he moved about a month ago), sends texts about bills and such, and often brings up how bad we are to each other. He knows what he should be doing, I feel he is feeling guilty. I just do not know how to conduct myself around him, I am nice and cordial, I do want to get angry about this affair but I know this will drive him away further. I feel if I am too nice he will think that it is ok with me what he is doing. I am just not sure what to say other than, I am sorry, I love you, I am praying for you, and I think we should do the right thing and work on our marriage especially when he is still with this other woman. I am standing on Gods promises to heal our broken hearts and our broken marriage. I am in early stages of seeking counseling as well. It is almost like I am grieving for someone who has died, but he still comes around to haunt me and I get confused.

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