Well, Chris and I went to the counselor.
You can't change the past, but you can ruin the present by worrying over the future.
Your sister in Christ,
Having been through hanging in limbo myself, I can relate to the relief of knowing that you know! Even when what you know is hard, at least now you can make a plan and move on. You are always in my prayers and you know you have my heart! I am praying for the kids and the adults in this case. You both will need a lot of prayer as you all forge out your new paths..... I love you!!
Isn't good to know, that you will be OK? Just don't lose sight of Gods will for you.
"I know my plans for you"declares the Lord. "Plans to prosper you,
"I know my plans for you"declares the Lord. "Plans to prosper you, and not to harm you. Plans to give you hope and a future" Jeremiah 29:11
I must say that this side of the coin is much better.
Hugs to you. I know it's hard to bear his accusations of talking to someone else. It's a classic self-justification move, same as his refusal to forgive you for the distant past. By blaming you, he can feel better about himself. You know: "Well, yeah, I'm doing this, but SHE did it first. And I think she's STILL doing it."
Hang in there and keep God at the focal point. Only He can give you His love for Chris.
I am sorry that you are going through so much. Maybe now that some of the decisions have been made youmay feel more in control of things and able to concentrate on you and the kids with less pressure.My DH used to "talk" to a special friend of his as well, and his excuse at the time was he was that I have always stayed on good terms with my exBFs...well our counsellor saw right through that excuse. My DH has struggled with addictions over his life and the counsellor said he was addicted to the female attention he was getting.Sounds to me like your DH is using the things that happened years
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