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My husband is blaming me for his year-long affair. Where do I go from here? I feel like dirt.
Billy Graham writes, "You shouldn't take upon yourself all the blame for what's happened. Your husband is trying to put it all on you—but he alone is responsible for his actions, and what he has done is wrong in the eyes of God."
Our marriage isn't what it used to be and I am very attracted to a divorcee. What's wrong with being friendly with her? Doesn't God want us to be happy?
Billy Graham writes, "I sincerely hope you won't go down this road. Not only are you in danger of destroying your own marriage, but you're in danger of disobeying God by breaking the solemn vow you made to Him when you got married."
How do you know if your marriage is over? I found out a few months ago that my husband has been seeing another woman. I don't know what to do.
Billy Graham writes, "Almost nothing in life is more painful than being betrayed by a spouse. It rips at the heart and grieves the soul, and no one escapes unhurt."
I got involved with another woman and left my family for her, but now she's left me and I realize it was all a big mistake.
Billy Graham writes, "Both human experience and the Bible teach us that bad decisions in life always lead to bad consequences—always."
A friend of mine left her family for another man. What is wrong with her?
Billy Graham writes, "I don't know her full situation, of course, but I suspect her problem can be summed up in one word: pride."
Two years ago, my husband had an affair. I think I've forgiven him, but how can I ever forget? And how can I ever trust him again?
Billy Graham writes, "Almost nothing is as devastating and hurtful as being betrayed by a spouse—a spouse who breaks the vow they took on their wedding day and deliberately pursues someone else."
My sister is carrying on an affair with a married man. How can I get through to her?
Billy Graham writes, "One of the most devastating effects of sin is that it often blinds us to its consequences. Almost every person who gets entangled in a sin like this thinks they will get by with it ... But they are wrong."
I secretly had an affair with my first wife, even though we're both remarried. Why did I do that?
Billy Graham writes, "I don't know why you went down that road (as you put it)—but I do know that it didn't bring you the happiness you were seeking. And this is almost always the case with any illicit affair; it leads to disappointment and insecurity."
My ex-husband's unfaithfulness hurt me very much and the pain is still very real. My aunt tells I need to forgive and forget - but how can I, even as a Christian. Is it really possible?
A question about recovering from an unfaithful spouse
My husband seems to be having a midlife crisis, and I'm so confused I don't know what to do. He's taken up with a woman almost half his age, and now he's announced he's leaving us and intends to marry her. What does God want me to do?
What your husband is doing is wrong, not just in the eyes of other people, but also in God's eyes.
Adultery—A Heartbreaking Sin
What does the Bible say about adultery?