February 5, 2013 - Help for Betrayed Wives. This teleseminar is not just for betrayed wives, those who’ve had affairs will get answers too! We interview Heather, a betrayed wife who also dealt with an affair child. Brian Bercht joins us for a view into the mind of those who have affairs.
- Are new vows, new rules helpful in recovery?
- What if your husband won’t honor appropriate boundaries with women?
- Is it too much to ask your husband to participate in the healing with you?
- How do I trust again, when the level of betrayal is so deep?
- My husband had an affair, and said he didn’t love me while having it, and now that its exposed claims he’s in love with me? How can emotions change instantly?
Heather: My husband and I were married in 2000, so when I found out about his affair in 2010 we were getting ready to celebrate our 10th anniversary. He confessed which did mean a lot. He had been having an affair with a co-worker. In the same breath he told me his affair partner was pregnant. He’d been pressured by her to tell me. He wanted to tell me too, because he didn’t think it was fair for me to be living in the dark.
The heat turned up from there. The OW in my scenario is demonic if I can use that “kind” word. She pulled out all the stops in trying to destroy me and trying to destroy my life. She was banking on me kicking my husband out. She visualized a white picket fence and my life. Because she was employed by my husband, she took it to court and she claimed all sorts of lies, she’d been assaulted by my husband, etc.
Now we support this other child financially.
To hear the rest of Heather's story, and answers to all the other questions in the bulleted list, click on the audio link above!