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Day 7, 8 and 9

Day 7, 8 and 9

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  • I am been doing the dares but it really hasn't made much of a difference. DK moved out yesterday I am totally devastated. My kids are so upset it has been so hard. I have been trying to strong and not stumble. But I have stumbled hard. I have completely made a fool out of myself by screaming, yelling, crying and threatening to take the kids away. It has just made things worse. We have calmly discussed things but I am completely devastated. I keep asking god why I am such a horrible person to make him have to leave me and refuse to try to work things out. He did take interest into discussing going to marriage bootcamp until we found out the price. The cheapest I can get the trip for us is $3,000. We just can't afford to go. They have a 95% success rate. If anything can bring the issues out and teach us the tools to handle these tools in a constructive matter. Plus he was willing to go until he found out the price. I am continuing to do the dares and pray for forgiveness, strength and courage. I need every little bit I can get.



  • The more difficult things are, the more you need to depend completely on Christ.  Put Christ first, way above your husband.  Remember what you have learned in your past dares.  Patience, biting your tongue, kindness. Do these things daily, and you will build a testimony that your husband needs to see over time.  And when you loose control, don't dwell on it.  Christ has a way of making things right when we depend on Him.  

    I know it hurts so much to go through this, but you can find His comfort and peace during this struggle when you put nothing between you and Christ.  

    With God on your side, there is always hope.  I know nothing about the boot camp you mention, but don't worry about not being able to go.  You have these dares, which are designed to bring you closer to God, and He is the best help you can get.  

    You have barely begun this journey, doing the dares.  Don't have expectations of seeing things change for some time.  Just concentrate on praying, reading the bible, etc, growing closer to Him.  With God on your side, you will be okay, no matter how hurt you feel right now.  Keep doing the dares, no matter the response or lack of response from him. You can continue this when you trust Christ.

  • Tim has great insight. And as you can see now that you take control back from Christ and go to the way you want to do things. We all had to realize that we cannot be God and change things.

    Continue your dares, don't stop. Right now you must realize that this dare is a journey between you and Christ, not you and your husband. Your husband is just a tool in this journey one that Christ will use to mold and humble you

    With God all things are possible.

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