Women who have been betrayed often suffer alone. by Debbie Laaser, MA, LAMFT
Women who have been betrayed often suffer alone. They do not know who to talk to or even if they have the right to talk. Sometimes their husbands demand that they not share anything of his sexual sin with anyone. These wives are held hostage to the pain and suffering in their marriage and often live isolated and desperate lives. Are you one of those women? Continue Reading Women who have been betrayed often suffer alone.
Sexual sin has become like a tsunami. by Debbie Laaser
New technology allows us to connect so effortlessly, affordably, and anonymously with one another that living a sexually pure life has become an enormous challenge. Continue Reading Sexual sin has become like a tsunami.
How Can He Love Me and Do What He Has Done? by familylifecenter.net
If you live in black-and-white thinking, there is absolutely no way to make sense of sexual betrayal and words that confess, “Even though I’m looking at pornography or I’ve had an affair, I have always loved you.” Continue Reading How Can He Love Me and Do What He Has Done?
Three Components of Healing by Debbie Laaser, MA, LAMFT
The kind of help that will transform your pain has three critical components. To understand how essential each component is, imagine a three-legged stool. The stool represents your marriage, and each leg represents one vital component of the help you need to recover from sexual betrayal. Continue Reading Three Components of Healing