Q&A Is Reconciliation Possible?

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I have a history of infidelity, emotional relationships, five in total some short-lived but unfaithfulness none-the-less. I had started my recovery journey in January of this year but was still dealing with some susceptibilities that I did not realize. My most recent experience was with a good friend of my husband and mine. He was a housemate who was planning on moving out of the country in May 2020 but landed up having to stay through the summer due to the pandemic. We had a strong and healthy friendship, along with three others friends, and we all lived like family. Everything was good until he confessed his feelings for me in June 2020. We had an emotional relationship from mid-June until he moved out of our home and no contact starting August 5th. He moved back to his home country and we will most likely never live in the same area again. Prayerfully and with time, would my husband and I be able to re-welcome him into our family through our friends' group message/family calls (not 1:1 contact). My husband has been so gracious and extended forgiveness. I know we all want reconciliation as full as it can be experienced.



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