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SteveFebruary 17, 2014

Paula, forgiveness and allowing yourself to be abused are 2 distinct and separate issues. Clearly state the consequences of any future infidelity (such as, I will leave and live with [Mum or child or friend] or you will leave, divorce, etc.) and be prepared to keep your word if he makes another mistake. Your Bishop should support you in whatever decision you make. His infidelities has, presumably, already resulted in his excommunication and repeat offenders are unlikely to be rebaptised swiftly. Be strong.

PaulaJanuary 31, 2014

Do I apply the 70 x's 7 principle when he has had sexual intercourse with multiple women over the course of decades only to periodically "repent" and then in a short while repeat the infidelity. Is "letting go" to preserve my Temple marriage required forever on earth?

A Happy HubbyJanuary 22, 2014

Thanks for the good article. I am trying to work on the resentment that is built up from decades of a sexually distant relationship. I realize that I can only change myself and I need to find peace. I will take the suggestions and give them a try. Thanks for all you do!

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