- How can I repair the relationship with my angry husband when he has no remorse?
- My ex tries to undermine my rules with the kids; what’s the best way to co-parent?
- Have I really forgiven my mom or just built a wall of denial?
Here is the Women in the Battle workshop testimony Steve read on the radio today:
Before coming to this weekend, I was living in an isolated prison of pain and suffering. I thought God had given up on me. I discovered my husband’s sex addiction in 2009 and we received inadequate care. I lived with the illusion that he was sober for 6 years and discovered recently a far more devastating problem than in 2009. I have worked recovery from 2009 through 2015, but didn’t understand he wasn’t. My whole life blew up-porn, prostitutes, and serial hook-ups. I am stuck in helplessness and shame.
This workshop has been deeply healing. I thank God for the connection with other women to let go of my isolation and anger at God. I rested, connected, cried, learned, and laughed. I received a respite from my painful PTSD symptoms.
I am leaving this workshop with my heart softened and compassion for my husband. I have hope and tools for the future. I have a realistic view of what work is ahead. But I know that I am not alone.
If you have been betrayed, come to this workshop. Step past the fear and doubt and get rest, care, and tools for your own recovery. You are worth it. This isn’t spiritual and emotional hype. You’ll receive real healing, community, and tools. – Linda