Affair healing Blog
Marriages sometimes end for legitimate or necessary reasons, but one reason often presented for divorce is the idea children should be witness to a happy marriage. The argument goes something like this: If the marriage is no longer a "happy one" then perhaps the kids would be better off if their parents found a more fulfilling relationship.
This new video from the Doherty Relationship Institute provides a perspective on the issue.
This website has been offering a growing catalog of online resources since 2009, but very little has been added during the past 5 months. What's going on? Let me explain...
If you were a regular listener to our podcasts, you may remember an update that Sharon and I sent out last summer explaining that we were moving from Florida to Indiana at the end of the summer to be closer to family. We expected the actual move to take about a month.
Things don't always go as planned.
"I'm ready to give up this hurt..."
A few nights ago, I came across another documentary that relates to affair healing issues. In her self-filmed documentary, A Way to Forgiveness, Erin takes a 550-mile pilgrimage across northern Spain in an attempt to find healing from the hurt of her impending divorce.
Here's what she says in the beginning of the film as she prepares for the trip: "I'm ready to stop crying every day. I'm ready to not collapse as I walk through the house. I just fall to the ground and sob from the pain. I'm ready to give up this hurt. I'm ready to, hopefully, find find a way to forgive the person who I trusted the most and ended up betraying me. I'm ready to pack my bags and just walk. I'm ready."
Last weekend, a clicked on a documentary that showed up on recommended watch list, expecting to be inspired by a story of one man's triumph over adversity. Charged: The Eduardo Garcia Story.
Unless otherwise noted, articles are written by Tim Tedder, a licensed counselor and creator of this site and its resources.