When I discovered my husband's secret life, something inside me died.
The grief was overwhelming. Other similarly-injured wives seemed to bounce back relatively quickly, but I was destroyed. I couldn't figure it out.
I begged God to show me what was wrong with me. And He did.
Turns out, the size of your hurt can indicate the size of your self-righteousness.
Instantly, my pain lifted. My mind changed. I've never been the same. You're welcome to read all about what I learned, but first, a few warnings:
“To women who have a husband hooked on porn, this book may make you mad. It will also make you think.” -Gary D. Chapman, PhD, author of The Five Love Languages
“This book will make some women mad. But it will save many other marriages.” -Keith Drury, professor emeritus, Indiana Wesleyan University
“Meg has penned a book that will mess with you. That’s why I’m cheering her on.” -Dr. Gary Rosberg, Co-founder & CEO, America’s Family Coaches, Author of “Guard your Heart” & “Healing the Hurt in your Marriage”
Counselors, family therapists, pastors, philosophy professors, and marriage coaches have agreed that an open, desperately hopeful heart is what separates those who will be liberated by this story – from those who will end up more hurt and angry.