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I am Not as Strong as I appear. I enjoy weakness from time to time. We are a homeschooling, special needs family of 6. My 4th son has a Congenital Heart defect, and my oldest has ADHD. I am a survivor of Adultery and mental abuse. I learned that you never really know someone until you are strong enough to stand up and walk away. I love and protect my children, with everything I have. My life might seem unbelievable, but I couldn't make this shit up if I tried! Stick around & let's get to know each other.

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Posts Tagged ‘ Surviving Adultery ’

On Faith and Marriage: Part One – Lack of Faith

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“On Faith and Marriage” is a 3 part series on how Faith and Marriage are braided together. —————————————————– Life is complicated. It doesn’t really need to be that way. My life is hard. It sucks. I hurt. My children hurt. They ask me constantly when their father is coming home. They are so mad....
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Self Portrait – Under a Shaded Tree

Sorrow is Knowlege Shadow Self Portrait Under Tree at the Park


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I Hate the Way I Hate

Surviving Adultery

Yesterday someone asked how they could Pray for Me. Yesterday I answered: To Help Me Find Peace. What I Really Meant to Say Was: Pray That I Find Peace To Rid Myself of Hate. Hate of Myself. Hate for the Selfish and Foul Soul that Believes Sleeping with a Married Man is Acceptable. Hate...
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Confusion and Disbelief

Surviving Adultery

Some days I get so confused, he makes me believe he is considering coming home to me and his family. And other days he makes me believe I am the complete reason for all his suffering. Some days he makes me believe that he has made a mistake, that he was wrong not to...
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Strong Enough

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I do enjoy weakness from time to time, in fact I welcome it when needed and see it as a wonderful way to heal. There is a very small group of people who should know better than to think I am not strong enough to continue to homeschool and raise my children in the...
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