- How do I respond to my husband falsely accusing me of inappropriate behavior?
- Is it possible to successfully date knowing you both have past stuff to deal with?
- Why do I need to have a drink or take pills to have sex with my wonderful husband?
- My 7yo son is expected to die in 3yrs and I don’t know how to cope with the anxiety and depression.
- As a minister, should I attend my daughter’s lesbian wedding even though I don’t approve?
Here is the Women in the Battle workshop testimony Steve read on the radio today:
Before coming to this weekend there was chaos in my home. There was anger and resentment with a little bitterness and hurt sprinkled in for good measure. I was wounded, afraid and felt alone in the battle. I felt as if I was a martyr, a casualty of my marriage. This weekend has been difficult, but good! Our small group time was very helpful. Just processing things out loud, hearing myself speak it to others took a bit of the fear away. Having a plan empowers me. I am leaving the workshop with hope and strength and the ability to walk into my home with my four beautiful children and take control of my life. I have the authority to establish boundaries so that I can feel safe. To any woman who has been betrayed, I would say that exposing your wounds is painful, but working through the pain brings healing. Go to this workshop. Do it for you, because you deserve to be whole again. – Jessica