Women’s Healing Journey Support Group for Betrayed Wives
You’re invited to a safe support group for women whose husbands are struggling with sexual sin.
This is a 13 week personal journey of hope providing healing from the effects of your husband’s sexual behavior.
Each Betrayed Woman Must…
– Claim Her Right to Heal
– Express Her Emotions to Trusted People
– Keep Her Heart Open to Healing
– Become a Thriver, Not Remain a Victim
– Come to God as her Healer and Re-builder
Topics We Will Cover
– Dealing with Reality
– Handing your Feelings
– Personal Empowerment & Detachment
– Self-Care for Empowerment
– Understanding What it Means to be Male, Wounded and Addicted
– Finding Your Way Back to You
– Looking Ahead – Forgiveness, Trust and Beginning Again
We know how lost and alone you can feel when you make the shattering discovery that the one you love has betrayed you. We remember not knowing where to turn with our own painful secrets and not knowing what to do with the many questions that circled endlessly in our heads.
Nothing quite touches our lives like the power of connection with others who understand and care because they have been there themselves. When this kind of connection happens within a setting that provides a specific process for healing facilitated by a coach who has been there as well, the power of connection is magnified ten-fold.
Support Group begins Wednesday, February 11, 2015 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM for 13 weeks.
Meetings held at Bridge To Life, 17194 Van Wagoner Rd., Spring Lake, MI 49456
Bridge To Life – 800-716-3677 or 616-846-1051
You may contact the leaders concerning any questions:
Jean VanTuinen 616-403-2979 firstname.lastname@example.org
Dotti Caldwell 616-846-1051 Ext. 102, email@example.com
$25.00 including a workbook
“I have gone through the Women’s Healing Journey Workbook twice- once on my own, and once with a support group, and found it extremely helpful both times. The workbook itself helps women deal with the devastation of betrayal by their partners, whether it was severe enough to be relationship-ending or just enough to cause loss of trust within the relationship. When done in a group setting, it’s comforting to see that you’re not the only one dealing with these problems, and the feedback from both the experienced leaders and your fellow group mates is extremely helpful. The group is kept small and intimate on purpose so the women are more comfortable sharing, and we found that we formed bonds that have kept us continuing to share and support each other almost a year after the group began. The workbook does not magically solve your problems, but gives you a way to remember who you are, and a way to find the strength to deal with them.”
“The time spent connecting with the group of girls each week became a very meaningful part of my life… So much healing came from just feeling heard and understood by women who are walking a similar journey.”