Here are the questions that were addressed (posed by participants) in this audio seminar:
- How do I know if I should give my marriage a chance?
- How do we discuss the painful details of the affair in a way that promotes healing?
- How do I ask for what I need without throwing arrows at my spouse?
- My spouse says I’m controlling.
- How should I handle this?
- Tell me about the hurt the unfaithful feels. I don’t understand this.
- How do I get my spouse to reach out for help?
- I’m the unfaithful and alone now. My spouse divorced me. Is there a seminar for me? To help me heal and become a better man?
Early on if you’re the unfaithful you may think, will my spouse ever get over it?
Could we ever get to a place where we could have a relationship where it wasn’t brought up all the time?
Brian: During the time when we were healing, I didn’t think we could ever really get past what I did. Today I can tell you, I walk around completely forgiven, and completely trusted by my wife.
My wife never brings up my affair, even though this has become our life’s work. In our every day life my affair is never used against me. I would never have thought that in 2000, 2001 or even 2002. The work we’ve done is significant enough that it allowed us to deal with it for once and for all. The same can be true for you.
While we’re big believers in marriage. We’re bigger believers in being in a marriage you want to be in, not one you are forced to be in. We’re pro-choice when it comes to marriage after affairs. It takes desire to heal. If you both have the desire, that’s fantastic. You can have the marriage you want. If only one of you has the desire, there is a good chance that your spouse will respond positively to YOUR healthy changes.
To listen to this audio seminar now, click on the audio link above.