As can be read in Day 30 post, we met today with our counselor. Essentially what transpired was my wife still felt the same and her mind has not changed. So as not to rush divorce, he suggested to my wife that we separate. She agreed to this. Without thinking, I offered to move out and her and the kids could stay at the house. But am now wondering if that was the right decision. It goes against everything everyone has been telling me, except maybe God. I’m not sure. This new situation will make my dares from here on out more difficult. After thinking about today’s dare, I realized, not for the first time, but recently, I had been expecting my wife to act, treat me, like my mother does/did. How hurtful is that. What a thoughtless jerk I was. I deffinetaly had a leaving issue.
You worry about the difficulty of doing the dares, but yet you miss on how much more unique they can be, how much more of a testimony you can be,
".....you miss on how much more unique they can be, how much more of a testimony you can be,"
Could you explain this a little further
Seek Christ in each dare and find how to do the dare in a unique way that shows you love her and that Christ will shine through and you become a testimony of being different than the old you she new"