betrayaltraumarecoveryAnne was vulnerable and shared her moment of intense trauma... "There are many people who say that people with a personality disorder or an addiction can never change. But I believe that through Christ anything is possible. So because I believe that so strongly and so completely, that just leaves this little thread of hope. Hope for him, hope for my family. It’s become so painful for me to look out the window when he picks up our children. There’s no semblance of remorse. He just puts this mask on that he’s happy and he’s glad to pick up the kids. Even with people he interacts with there’s no semblance of remorse or sadness or understanding. It’s been so painful that I’ve had to stop looking out the window."
To listen to the full episode, go to btr.org and search What Betrayal Trauma Sounds Like.
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- 12stepscripturesThanks for being vulnerable and sharing, Anne!
- ginaconoverIt's so hard when it feels like the spouse, the betrayed, is the only one experiencing the consequences of the addicts choices. I can completely relate.
- womenfordecencyWow. That podcast is so powerful!
- betrayaltraumarecovery@womenfordecency It is. It shows how deep betrayal cuts 😔
- betrayaltraumarecovery@ginaconover thank goodness for recovery!
- latterdaywarriorI learned that my husband had to become quite far in recovery before he truly felt deep remorse. An addict brain is incapable.
- the.refining.of.meI can relate. This is so hard. I think change is possible if we want to and we are prepared to do the hard work and give it to Christ. PD's are hard to deal with on top of addiction.
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