Staying Married After Betrayal: A Guest Appearance

Staying Married After Betrayal - A Podcast with Betrayal Trauma Recovery

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Several weeks ago I had the great honor and privilege to be interviewed by Anne for the Betrayal Trauma Recovery Podcast. What a pleasure it was to talk to her that afternoon!

If you’re not familiar with their ministry, Betrayal Trauma Recovery (or BTR.org) is an amazing resource for women reeling in the aftermath of discovering their husband’s infidelity or addiction. It is a secure, reliable, and healthy place for women who are looking for a safe-haven from the pain, chaos, and isolation associated with their husband’s abuse. They have a treasure trove of tools available to help their clients establish safety in their lives and families, and make the hard choice of recovery.

What’s great about this ministry is that every woman on their team has experienced betrayal trauma themselves, so they won’t have any problem empathizing with your pain, or understanding your situation.

They offer one-on-one support calls with a trained betrayal trauma specialist, as well as classes (all done online, so it is available to everyone) covering all kinds of topics from how to heal from betrayal trauma, to setting boundaries, to managing triggers, and much more. They even have a Betrayal Trauma Recovery Club to give you access to APSATS led sessions every single weekday!

In addition to all that, BTR.org offers a blog, and a podcast to help women find help and healing after betrayal. This is an amazing ministry, and I am so honored to have been given the opportunity to link arms with them!

SO…. if you can carve 30 minutes out of your day, pull up a comfy chair and listen in as we chat. I believe you will be blessed.

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9 thoughts on “Staying Married After Betrayal: A Guest Appearance”

  1. Oh my gosh … I don’t even think I could stay together with my husband if that should happen! Just being honest! Thank you for this wonderful post and support for those who have gone through this. ❤

    1. It isn’t easy! But you never know what God will give you the strength to do until He does it. I am so thankful I listened to Him and stayed. I would have missed out on some pretty amazing miracles!

  2. Wow, Esther. I have no words to express my thoughts.
    Saturating yourself in Scripture…love that! That’s how we should be regardless of our situations.
    Thank you for sharing your story. May God continue to bless you and flourish your ministry.

    1. Thank-you Cindy! I am blown away by His work! I know you share my love for God and for His Word. I just can’t imagine trying to find my way through this life without it, and without Him!

  3. What a blessing. I’ve never heard of the podcast, but will I may share.

    As a pastors wife, I know so so many women would could be blessed by a ministry like this.

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