Partner Betrayal Trauma Group offer a supportive and empowering space for individuals to navigate the complexities of betrayal within their relationships, gain insight into the depth of trauma experienced, and embark on the journey towards healing and recovery.

These groups operate on a self-started basis, providing participants with the opportunity to initiate their own support and recovery groups. This flexibility allows individuals to take ownership of their healing process and extend support to others who may be grappling with similar challenges. If others are dealing with different types of addiction, they are encouraged to start their own groups, fostering a network of mutual aid and understanding.

Utilizing our specialized group materials, including the Partner Betrayal Trauma Book or DVD, Partner Betrayal Trauma Workbook, and Partner Betrayal Trauma Stepbook, these groups offer structured guidance and resources to facilitate healing and growth. Participants engage in activities and discussions aimed at understanding the trauma experienced, validating their sense of loss, navigating the stages of betrayal recovery, and gaining insight into their emotions.

By joining a Partner Betrayal Trauma Group, individuals have the opportunity to connect with others who share similar experiences, receive validation and support, and embark on a journey of healing and transformation. With a focus on understanding, validation, and emotional processing, these groups serve as a beacon of hope and empowerment for those navigating the aftermath of betrayal

Why join a Partner Betrayal Trauma Group?

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. We hope you will join us in this journey of healing. You do not need to bear this burden alone.

Women's Betrayal Support Group

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