Are you willing to change?
Are you willing to ask for help?
Are you willing to do things differently just because other women tell you that doing things differently helped them heal, gave them their lives back?
Are you willing to believe there is some force or being or presence in this universe with more power than you have? And are you willing to believe in the possibility that this power could help you solve your problems? Are you willing to seek that power—whether you can call that power God today or can rely only on something as tangible as the power of other women when they band together for their common comfort?
Are you willing to believe in the possibility of healing?
Are you willing to hope?
Today I will work on answering at least one of those questions with a yes, or I will at least seek the willingness to do so. That will be enough to get me started on the path.
From Surviving Betrayal: Hope and Help for Women Whose Partners Have Been Unfaithful * 365 Daily Meditations by Alice May
Dr Janice Caudill is the founder and Clinical Director of McKinney Counseling & Recovery. MCR offers individual, couples, group therapy and 3-day intensives for partners of sex addicts and wounded hearts struggling with sex addiction, infidelity, love addiction or love avoidance, intimacy anorexia, or relational trauma in the McKinney, Plano, Allen, Richardson, Frisco, Prosper, Carrollton, Lewisville, Dallas and surrounding areas.
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