Hi friends!

A couple of weeks ago I ran a week-long series of mini posts on our Twitter and Facebook pages all having to do with recovering from adultery, and rebuilding after trust has been broken in a marriage. I thought it would be good to put all those mini-posts in a single blog article and post it here for people to read as the need arises. I won’t add much commentary, as the mini-posts really speak for themselves. Basically I put up two posts each day, one from the betrayer’s point of view, and one from the betrayed’s point of view. I have walked in both sets of shoes in my marriage, and can speak from both perspectives. I am SO thankful that God has set us free from that past!

If you have lived through adultery in your marriage, and have done the hard work of rebuilding an even better union since then, I would LOVE to hear from you in the comments below.

Thanks for reading!

~Jason

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3 thoughts on “Recovery From Adultery

  1. Martin says:

    Thanks for sharing this. Its my story also. Being abused in my childhood i’ ve been a pleaser for almost 40 years. No self confidence, just my wife to lead me. When you dont have your own life, someone else is in charge. When i had a burn-out i found out what being abused does to your life. I left my wife for a few weeks, but came back again because i had no clue what to do. I knew i had to come to terms and fix all things broken. Three years ago during a holiday with my friend i slept with another woman. I hit rock bottom there. Reconciliation is possible, but its hard work. Now we’re still together, not ready yet, but still working on it. God help us.

    1. Jason says:

      Thank you for reading, AND for sharing, Martin. You’re right it’s hard work, but the end result is worth every bit of it. Keep going, God will indeed help you.

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