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  • I have just joined the support group, even though I've been divorced about 5 years now. I had no idea the depth of my ex-husband's addiction, only that he was mean and dark, and I felt worthless, scared, and alone all the time. His sins led me to commit a grievous sin just to escape. I've gone through the repentance process and feel closer to my Heavenly Father than I ever did before. I have new information about pornography addiction and how it changes the person, sometimes permanently, if they do not seek help. My goal is to move foward and stay close to my Father in Heaven, trying to see my ex through His eyes and trying to leave the past in the past. These meetings help me to do that and the support from other family members going through similar experiences buoy me up and remind me that I am worthy of love and so is my ex.

    February  2016|mamawith6

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