Contrary to what people claim, not everyone wants their loved ones to grow, they simply want them to change.Read More 03: More of This and That
The cynical and bitter will call it image management.
Everyone else will call it adulting.Read More 02: Own Your Shame
During Week 2 of Affair Recovery’s Hope for Healing’s seventeen week program the participants are asked to answer the question, “How did I get here?” and read it to the small group.
Below is my response.Read More 16: A Love Letter to the Betrayers – How Did I Get Here?
Thoughts on Affair Recovery’s “The 20 Most Common Mistakes of the Unfaithful Spouse.”Read More 01: The Unforced Errors – Thoughts on Affair Recovery
This is the way our love ends.Read More 66: This is the way
I never questioned anything My Kitten said to me. As a result I ended up living in a box.Read More 65: Living in Boxes (Part I)
I was reminded again today that the consequences of my betrayal, secret keeping, and escalating series of lies casts a long shadow.Read More 64: Reminder2Self – Vengeance
What matters is my commitment to change and not what others think of my intentions or motivations. I get up every morning and ask myself, “What is my truth to own today?”Read More 63: Pursuing Vulnerability
If you betrayed your Love(s), life, and self you still have right to hurt, and to be happy.
You have a right to a meaningful life but you have to chose it.Read More 15: A Love Letter to the Betrayers – My Rights
By deferring to my intentions I am essentially saying, “Yes I hear you hurt, but you shouldn’t hurt because that wasn’t my intention.” It carries the same intentions when someone say, “If you really cared you wouldn’t have cheated.”Read More 14: A Love Letter to the Betrayers – Intent vs Impact