DiscoverHope for Spouses#56 – The Most Important Motive for Recovering from Sexual Betrayal
#56 – The Most Important Motive for Recovering from Sexual Betrayal

#56 – The Most Important Motive for Recovering from Sexual Betrayal

Update: 2019-10-23
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What are your motives for staying in a marriage marred by sexual betrayal? Is it to safe your marriage, to keep your family together, or to protect your family’s reputation?

If you’re separated, what are your motives for setting boundaries, saying “no” to an unrepentant, sexually addicted spouse, or seeking your own recovery?

In this episode of the Hope for Spouses’ Lunchtime Live, Kim Pullen discusses why some motives that can feel right in the moment can actually lead us down a road with more hardship and pain. Kim will also discuss the only motive for those recovering from either betrayal or addiction that ultimately benefits everyone because of its eternal consequences.

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#56 – The Most Important Motive for Recovering from Sexual Betrayal

#56 – The Most Important Motive for Recovering from Sexual Betrayal