Wives Support Group for Porn and Adultery

For hurting wives, it’s critical that you receive support, encouragement, counsel, and prayer from other women who have or are walking the same path you’re on. We offer multiple phone conference groups for wives every week, with group facilitators that have been in your shoes.

Robin Williams, Wives Group Team Leader

Robin

Robin’s Story:
“I first learned about Blazing Grace when I was searching for help after discovering my ex-husband’s porn use. I realized my reactions to his betrayal were unhealthy; my other relationships and health were suffering as well. In 2005, I joined the Blazing Grace phone groups, and participated every week for two years. Those calls helped me navigate through the very difficult time of separation and divorce from my husband. It also helped me recognize my need for other women who understood the devastation and betrayal I’d experienced. There was so much healing that needed to take place in my heart in the aftermath; I’m grateful to this ministry for steering me to a path of healing. The church is largely silent on this topic but I found hope through the prayers and support of the other ladies on the calls. For a few years, I gave email support to wives, girlfriends and fiancées who were reaching out for help through Blazing Grace. In 2013, Mike asked me if I’d lead the wives ministry. It’s been amazing to see all God has done through this ministry to help and restore women these years.  We’ve grown to multiple weekly calls and several of the women have begun helping other ladies in their churches. It’s our desire to help you find a place where you feel safe to unveil your heart and find the healing God desires for you.”

Our wives support groups will help you walk through the following:

* Understanding your husband’s issues with sexual sin (many wives ask “Why is he… How could he… is what he’s doing because of me…”) and how it has affected you.

* Self-esteem: seeing yourself through the lens of God’s identity as a beloved daughter of Christ instead of “wife of a sex addict.”

* Prayer, and your relationship with God

* Rebuilding trust

* When confronting your husband is needed

* Working through anger

* Proper boundaries in marriage

* Self-care, including diet, rest, exercise, recreation, and staying out of isolation with your emotions

* Resolving wounds of the past and how it affects your marriage

* Healing of your heart

* Forgiveness

Please contact us to get started.