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Patience!
By momof5
11/30/2011 2:24:52 PM
My husband has moved out of the house again. The last boundary didn't work so this time I just had him stay gone. He and I don't agree on many things right now. He does not consider porn cheating I DO!!!!!! He asked me for a seperation on thanksgiving and now he wants to be together again. I just want Christ to answer my pleading prayers. Why can't I just move forward and be done with this relationship well other than my 5 kids would be crushed. :( I am not very good at setting boundaries and keeping them. I feel like it would just be easier to divorce than to stay in this relationship. MOMOF5

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I hate this addiction and everything associated with it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!    
"I am sorry you are suffering so badly.
I am sorry you have to deal with such denial.

Take care yourself and the 5 young ones.
I hope you can get through this as a family."
posted at 21:19:32 on November 30, 2011 by ruggaexpat
I am so sad    
"That we have to live in a time when his is happening. It is not fair. This stuff steals your heart, soul, and brain. It destroys families and leaves sweet mothers such as yourself having to wonder what their future holds.

I pray for you and know that the Lord is standing with you through this difficult time in life. I pray the Lord's strength and his grace be upon you in this tough battle ahead.

Hang in there and know there are many praying for you this day.

Angel"
posted at 01:27:01 on December 1, 2011 by Anonymous
This title made me think of...    
"A recent devotional at BYUI. It was on patience. I am so sorry for the pain that you are going through. Your diligence and effort is an inspiration to me. In the devotional, the speaker suggested that we pray and ask the Lord to help us feel the love that He feels. To feel the hope that He feels. She also used a great analogy about stepping away from something in order for the Lord to bring us closer to it later. I think you might like it. Here's a link: http://web.byui.edu/devotionalsandspeeches/speeches.aspx"
posted at 15:35:33 on December 1, 2011 by iamstrong


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General Conference May 1990