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Day 26: Love Is Responsible

Day 26: Love Is Responsible

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  • When we met with our counselor last week I did this. So I'm not sure if I should do it again this week. It may irritate her. After I confesed and asked for forgiveness at our counseling session. Our counselor asked Chirsti if she had ever heard this before, to which she ansered no. Then he asked what she thought. Her response I posted on Day 25's dare cause that one was also covered during our counseling session. This morning was a usual morning, as of late. I'd get up, get our youngest son up( 2.5 yrs old) and get him and myself ready for school. Keep in mind that She sleeps in our bed room while I bounce between the bed with my son and the couch. Because when this first all happened 3 weeks ago I had asked her if she'd like me to give her some space and sleep on the couch. Anyways, like I was saying, while I'm getting my self and my son ready for school, my wife will make us breakfast. She will act as if nothing is wrong. Except she dosen't show me love like she use to. She use to be very loving with me. She'd kiss me, touch me, hug me, many things to show love and affection. The only thing she does now is talk to me (which is the thing she always wanted from me, and we have amazing conversations, the best I can ever remember) and make sure me and the boys are feed most of the time. Occassionally, when I first started the dares, we had moments where she would still act in that manner, but now, nothing. I'm affraid she is having an affair (emotionally and physically).

  • Before me and my son head out the door (cause I take him to day care every morning now) she will be so loving with him, giving him hugs and kisses, then I will tell her that I hope she has a good day and may be reluctant to get a smile and a you too out of her.

  • It seems as though things are getting worse not better.

  • Things will get worse before they get better.  Reading some of the other entries you have posted on here, it looks like you need to focus more on you and your relationship with Christ than on your wife.

  • Jason is correct. Things will be worse before better. First you should have always been this man, and second she needs to justify in her mind her decision.

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