Hope After Porn

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Porn use (and even adultery) doesn't always mean that a marriage is over. Get this free e-book to read how four betrayed wives found healing for themselves and for their marriages.

4 thoughts on “4 Critical Steps to Save Your Marriage

  1. Thanks for the encouragement. After 52 years of marriage, my wife discovered my porn addiction and it almost ended our marriage. Through this terrible event, I have drawn closer to Jesus than ever in my life. Through my accountability partner and resources in my church, I am on the path of recovery. It is hard for my wife and I pray for her daily. I’m just living each day to please an audience of one -Jesus. My hope for the recovery of my marriage is in my relationship with Jesus. He can restore that which is broken.

    • Craig, you might also be interested in looking at this article I wrote a while back, which talks about how to build emotional trust in a marriage. I find that emotional trust is the most common missing piece in recovery, but it’s absolutely vital to a truly restored relationship. Blessings, Kay

    • Craig, I am so glad you are on the path of recovery ~ but the ‘terrible event’ was not your wife finding your porn viewing…the terrible events were every time you looked at porn or lusted….every time you chose self over your now audience of One. May He continue to heal your wife and you.

  2. Craig, thank you for sharing your story. It is a difficult path, this recovery process, for both husband and wife. Continue to pray for your wife, and I would encourage you to pray with her also. I’m blessed to hear this article encouraged you. Jesus is our healer and rescuer and in Him restoration that is otherwise impossible is possible. Keep fighting the good fight. My prayers for you an your marriage, Craig.

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