A Blessed Affair: Be Careful What You Curse, Your Curse Could Be Your Blessing!
What if your spouse's affair was the best thing that ever happened to you?
An affair can be one of the most traumatic events in a marriage. The betrayal, division, anger, and hurt can often lead to the end of what was once a strong, pure relationship. But what if that same affair was the thing that brought healing to your marriage? For Martez and Woodrina Layton, an extramarital affair became the open door to communication, trust, encouragement, and love in a marriage that was struggling to survive. In their book, A Blessed Affair, the Laytons offer perspective on how through faith, trust, and perseverance, an affair does not have to be the end of a marriage, and could in fact be its saving grace. They will cover key issues such as:
With these keys, any marriage can recover from the trauma of an affair and emerge even stronger on the other side. Read on, and learn why cheating may be a blessing in disguise.
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