Q&A Should I Be Considering Any Restrictions on Her Access to Our Children If She Continues to Act Out?

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My wife has had 5 separate affairs with 5 different guys in the last 2 years. I kicked her out of the house after the last affair. It has now been 5 months after the last D-Day. She continues to say she has no empathy for me and little remorse for her actions. She admits that she is still wants to act out and has actively pursued other guys since being separated. We have three young boys (ages 6, 9 and 12) and I have not put any restriction on her seeing them. However, they are very confused why their mom says she loves them but continues to make "bad choices" and not work on healing the family. They are becoming depressed and have even expressed suicidal thoughts. She is currently enrolled in your Hope for Healing course and I have signed up for Harboring Hope myself. Part of your contract is to not make major decisions during the time we take those courses. However, should I be considering any restrictions on her access to our children if she continues to act out?



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