- After Women In the Battle, how do I deal with my husband who is still in denial and distant?
- How do I fix the broken relationship with my adult daughter?
- When is it appropriate to start dating during the divorce process?
Here is the Women in the Battle workshop testimony Steve read on the radio today:
I felt overwhelmed and raw after decades of counseling, but I still had no clear understanding of what I actually could do in my particular situation. This weekend has been so eye opening and packed with great insight, wisdom, and useful information. My perception has shifted. Sheri’s explanations made so much sense and were helpful by linking everything to God’s word and promises. I am leaving with new ideas on what I can do to take care of myself, and exactly what enabling behaviors I need to stop doing. I also have information about how my brain is affected by trauma. I know now that I am not crazy or going overboard with my reactions to betrayal. I have a list of resources to deal with and apply to these reactions. I can move forward now. Do whatever you can to come and get healing and help in dealing with the lying, cheating, addicted, foolish behaviors of your husband. If money is an obstacle call and ask for financial help–but come! Come! Come! – Anita