Hey everyone! What are some things you've done that has succ

Hey everyone! What are some things you've done that has successfully helped you move your relationship in the right direction because I'm at my wits end and I'm ready to throw in the towel. How does one get over their husband carrying on an affair for 5 years when we've been together for just under 7 and produced a baby; Now my entire family knows and everyone is talking about it; I'm stupid to some for staying and even trying to work it out, I should leave according to others. I just don't know what to do any more and I would love to just run away and start my life over again

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[4645]
Aug 12

Does your husband have a relationship with the baby? If my family new the truth they would be the same way telling me to leave him. I hear you about being at my wits end and wanting to throw in the towel. But I love my h very much he is my everything, we have two children together and if God can forgive people for their sins than why shouldn't I be able to forgive my h for his stupid choice he made. I forgave him bc he is truly sorry, remorseful and regrets what he did. You need to do what's best for you and no else.

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[2850]
Aug 12

@Snsa so true! God is forgiving and we to need to forgive others. It allowed me to begin healing and loving my husband again.

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Aug 13

For you, the only thing to do is decide if you love him enough to go through the hard work and forgive him for what he's done. Never forget but you have to be willing to move past it.
For him, he has to choose you and your child. Truly choose you! He has to accept that he is weak and flawed and he has to get help to overcome his failings. He has to own what he has done and do the hard work of putting you first and keeping you there.
Ultimately it's hard for both of you. If you feel it's worth it, then you both need to get on the same page and work together.
Hopefully the family supports your decision. Best of luck in whatever you decide.

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