Q&A What Does Living a Life of Recovery Look Like?

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We attended an EMS Weekend and I just completed Harboring Hope. I participated in a local infidelity counseling group for betrayed spouses for 10 weeks this summer. The post small group discussions have been set up; books have been read, etc. At some point, it's time to leave the nest and fly on our own. I uncovered my wife's affair in July '17. She admitted to it in November '17. Her fog lifted in June '18 and then her work began. But I've been at this since April '17 ... nearly 18 months. It's a grind. Now I'm losing interest, stamina and desire. How do we lock in our gains made in recovery for the long-term and move forward peacefully without our future resembling what I've just described? Is this really what 'living a life of recovery' is like?



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