Q&A Does This Ever Completely Go Away?

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We’ve completed all of the Affair Recovery courses, been through counseling together and separate. We are close as friends. I care about my husband and he has healed so much. He says he loves me more then ever and our family too. He’s in a good place. I’m choosing to stay in the marriage but at times I still feel a bit stuck. I’m having a hard time accepting what he’s has done. How does the betrayed get past looking at their spouse with sadness and disappointment for their affair. It’s not all of the time but it’s still there sometimes. Does it ever go completely away?



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Rick, I think this describes

Rick, I think this describes me. I am 11 months post D-day and my husband is doing the necessary work for himself and is doing his best to help me heal, but I can feel the seeds of resentment taking root. Your video has prompted me to look at self-forgiveness. I have ordered both of Remy Diederich's books.

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