Good morning friends:
Thank you for all your responses last week to my question “what keeps you stuck and unchanged”. I’ll talk some more about that next week but today I thought I’d try something different. I’m going to respond by video to the question asked by The Good Wife in last week's blog responses. If you want to read her question in it’s entirely, just scroll down to last week's blog and responses, but in essence she asked:
Question: My husband has had numerous affairs. He says he’s sorry. He says he wants our marriage to work. But his actions don’t really demonstrate a commitment to healing the hurts he’s caused or working on the root problem of why this happened in the first place. How can I know if he’s truly sorry and whether our marriage has a hope for genuine restoration?
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