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Im trying to work through this because I do love my husband

Im trying to work through this because I do love my husband so much and I want our family to stay together....when we try to talk it turns into a big argument and nothing is resolved. I just don’t know how to talk without getting angry and trying to listen through my anger it’s almost next to impossible...has anyone been through this and decided to stay how did you navigate through it and make it on the other side....

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Feb 14

@Lovelost15 yes but that journey is what empowers you. There are no shortcuts

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Feb 15

I'm so sorry you are going through this. I have been in your shoes. Are you and your husband seeing a counselor? Sometimes it's best to have these discussions in the presence of a marriage counselor, rather than at home (if possible), but I know that's not always realistic.

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Feb 15

@PieceByPeace If I may...I would like to suggest a book for you to read that may help you in your healing process. It's called "Unfaithful: Hope and Healing After Infidelity" by Gary Shriver (http://bit.ly/2zRWCOH). Please check it out .

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