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Divorce, Separate Or Lie
  
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Kenny, I am your wife. Well, I might as well be because I'm in her exact position! So let me give it to you straight. She's made some errors which don't excuse what you've done. You're invested in this new relationship which seems far better than your old one but you're lying to yourself. If you leave, in a few years you'll be miserable again. If you stay, you'll be miserable for six months as you commit to working things out and creating a new and better relationship. It CAN be done and the end result will be the marriage you always wanted, the respect of your children, wife, friends and community and the blessings of God.


Pastor Confessed An Affair
  
David A.
This is good advice except for one consideration: why is there a presumption that "taking responsibility" must mean telling everyone? I don't do that when I sin. We should tell someone (confess your sins) and we should have accountability, but do only pastors have to go completely public, or should it be everyone?



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