Samuel gets personal about the journey of the unfaithful.
Samuel shares key points on how to gain momentum early on in recovery.
My husband and I have maneuvered the quagmire of recovery for well over three years now. We’ve had some deep lows and amazing highs but overall a slow and steady healing and maturing of our marriage and relationship. During this time I’ve often wondered how two people could have been in the same stale, boring marriage yet made such wildly different decisions. I know others have pondered the same question. There are...
Samuel shares insight and perspective on how the unfaithful can deal with this crucial struggle.
Lynn shares five ways she found healing in community.
Samuel shares insight about how to break free of an affair partner and find freedom mentally and emotionally.
Samuel shares insight into the recovery principle of "if you can't talk about it, you're not healed."
Samuel explains the difference between remaking and recapturing during the early days of recovery from infidelity.
Samuel shares insight surrounding the truth that not all spouses want to save their marriage.
Samuel gets personal today sharing his own story of ambivalence.
Samuel discusses new approaches to healing from infidelity.
Samuel discusses how entitlement undermines recovery for both spouses.
Samuel shares from the early days of disclosure and his battle with suicide.
Samuel shares pivotal insight how both spouses have to want healing and restoration.
Samuel answers the question of when desire returns to the picture for the unfaithful spouse.
Samuel discusses what one author calls 'aimless anger' in recovery.
Samuel discusses the pitfall of constantly reevaluating your recovery.
Samuel tackles the question of from many viewers of will it always be this painful?
Samuel tackles the mindset of never being the same again after discovering infidelity.
Samuel discusses a struggle all spouses seem to fall into during recovery work.
Samuel answers viewers comments on why the unfaithful isn't aware of the consequence of their choices.
Samuel shares part two of why humility and honesty must be present in recovery.
Samuel shares part one of why humility and honesty must be present in recovery.
Samuel shares examples of some of the worst things to do in the recovery process.
Samuel shares why spouses absolutely need the right support to heal.
Samuel discusses a sensitive pitfall for couples seeking recovery.
Samuel tackles the pivotal question unfaithful spouses struggle with.
Samuel continues the discussion on the unfaithful spouse's journey of dealing with self rejection.
Samuel shares practical insight to help unfaithful spouses care for their traumatized mate.
Samuel discusses a controversial topic: the midlife crisis and infidelity.
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Alumnus. Unfaithful. Doing his best with his 2nd chance in his marriage and life.
Alumnus. Betrayed. Trying to find his way back.
Alumna. Unfaithful. A broken and undeserving mess who is learning what real love looks like.
Alumna. Betrayed. Determined to be positive as I navigate the quagmire of recovery.
Alumna. Betrayed. A soul restored. Encouraging others to keep walking because there is a way through. Author of Keep Walking: 40 Days to Hope and Freedom After Betrayal
Alumna. Betrayed. Grateful for God's love and grace. Recognizing that with God as my priority, I will be okay no matter what.
Alumnus. Betrayed. No matter how long it takes or how hard it is, my wife is always worth it!
Alumna. Betrayed. Learning to love recklessly while I cross the monkey bars of recovery.
"You have to let go at some point in order to move forward." - C.S. Lewis
Alumna. Betrayed. Walking in obedience to God's direction and experiencing a richer life and Renewed marriage.
Alumnus. Unfaithful. Living life differently, enjoying my wife and family, and grateful for God’s love.
Alumna. Betrayed. Experiencing God's love after divorce. Celebrating the healing of myself and my identity.
Alumna. Betrayed. Continuing to fight for my marriage and my children.
Alumnus. Unfaithful. Living proof that seeking truth offers both incredible pain and amazing freedom.