You may have a loved one who is caught up in sexual bondage and is in the beginning stages of finding help. While we are encouraged that he is stepping out to get knowledge, healing, and support, we know this often means a woman is left behind who is desperate for answers, desperate for truth, and desperate for hope. We want you to know there are answers, there is truth, and there is hope for you.
Women initially feel very betrayed, angry, numb, and confused. While they may have known something was wrong, they didn’t know exactly what it was. Even if confronted, he probably blamed her, turning the conversation back to her. If she did seek to get help specifically about his issues, she may have even been told that “men will be men,” or that, somehow, the problem wouldn’t be like it is if she was different in some way. These are lies that only prolong the issues and exacerbate her shame, paving the way for emotional catastrophes in her life.
The bottom line is that whether or not your husband chooses to become well, you can find healing and move forward. How did he get this way? How can I tell if he is getting better? Can I ever trust him again? What do I do now? You do not need to continue in an emotional state of confusion, isolation, and pain. In fact, we have found that true restoration for marriages/relationships can only happen when both people choose to pursue their own healing.
One of the most helpful steps you can take is to join with other women and have open conversations, sharing and healing. There is no hope in silence. This support group is A SAFE PLACE for women, who have been affected by a loved one’s sexual bondage, to come and be heard. You will be given the knowledge through the Conquer Series DVD’s to grasp how sexual bondage is strangling you & your spouse.
We hope you will join us in this journey of healing. You do not need to bear this burden alone. You can call Michele Weaver at this number to find out more about the class: 717-940-6812 or sign up: