Q&A Do I Stop Encouraging My Mate to Participate in Hope for Healing and Quit Communicating with Him?

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My husband and I have been separated for 9 months after I discovered his affair that soon will be going on for 2 years. The past couple of weeks he has been really battling and seems to be seeking God more which made me let my guard down. Despite the tremendous hurt he has caused me and our three teenagers, I still feel love and compassion for him. However, I discovered that he continues to see her and her son during this battle when he is also telling me that he still loves me and misses our family. He continues to go out of town with them and spends our money on them too. It's hard to give up after being with him for 27 years, but I am exhausted from the back and forth behavior. It's confusing to me and our children. Do I stop encouraging him to do the Hope for Healing program that he has discussed with me and also stop all communication with him?



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