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A great read.

roadrunner04 posted 11/20/2017 11:58 AM

Obviously I’m still having a hard time getting over my wife’s affair or I wouldn’t be here. 2 months after the affair I was certain I was done. Somehow I came across the book “I Do Again” by Jeff and Sheryl Scruggs. There story is amazing and it somehow gives me hope in my own marriage. My wife and I read it together and I suggest you and your spouse do the same. I’m not saying it fixes anything, but maybe it can give you that extra hope you need to keep pushing.

SI Staff posted 11/20/2017 17:35 PM

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sewardak posted 11/21/2017 10:08 AM

is it super religious though?

foreverlabeled posted 11/21/2017 13:13 PM

sewardak, it has religious undertones I'm sure. Not that I've read it, but! Just recently their names (this book) came up at the end of a book I just finished, as recommended reading.

So, I googled them, watched some interviews promoting this book, and they are very religious, so I can only imagine.

What I didn't like was His wife cheated, and He took partial blame (in the interviews) and as he's going on about all the ways he went wrong to create a situation in their marriage where he can see how she cheated! and she's just over there shaking her head in agreement

I could be wrong roadrunner and that he's different in the book, but, I cannot stand by a BS taking any blame in any fashion. It's off putting and I tend to quit reading any further when I see things like that.

tiredofcrying59 posted 11/26/2017 03:58 AM

I just read this book. Did not find it very helpful. They divorced and remarried 7 years later. But there was no practical help here. They are convinced this all happened because it was gods plan. Everything that caused them to be able to reconcile is because of God. She does an awful lot of glossing over her cheating and she was unremorseful and insisted on the divorce until she was faced with being without her kids part time. Boo hoo.

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