If you're here, you must be...
- Hurt by your husbands acts and lack of sexual integrity
- Feel betrayed by the one you loved and trusted the most
- Can't understand why he is unable to change his behavior
- Feeling like you're stuck in a repetitive cycle that can't be broken
- Feel isolated and can't talk to anyone because it's embarrassing
- Can no longer deal with this alone, and need the help and support
Frequently Asked Questions
You will need to purchase your copy of the Guide, and you are encouraged to donate to Captives Free to help the ministry grow and reach more of God’s people. There may also be minor costs for participation in the on-line groups to cover the costs of the technologies involved.
The Captives Free Guide leads through three levels of examination of seven individual principles, for a total of twenty-one assignments. The concept is to repeat this cycle multiple times, in order to reinforce understanding of those seven principles, and to encourage you to take on broader roles in the program as your recovery progresses. Those roles involve helping others coming along behind you to reach their goals and making lasting recovery available to more and more of God’s people.
You will be encouraged to set boundaries, against which you can measure the consistency of behavior, and how faithfully your spouse is working the program.
There are few if any standard boundaries applicable to all situations, but personal safety, honesty and some form of accountability are general subjects to consider. The Captives Free program and the members of your group will help you determine healthy boundaries for your situation.
Absolutely. We all have our own core wounds and family history issues that have become a key part of the relational dynamic you’re facing. The program is structured to help you identify those and understand how they trigger your actions, so you can address your personal contribution to the relational issues in your marriage.
Yes. We all have our own core wounds and family history issues that have become a key part of the relational dynamic you’re facing. The program is structured to help you identify those and understand how they trigger your actions, so you can address your personal contribution to the relational issues in your marriage.
Did you know?
56% of divorce cases involved a partner's obsessive interest in porn.
I got so much more than I expected out of this group. I wasn’t judged, but given compassion, love, and a place of confidentiality with the ladies. It's been life changing for me and my husband.
I was able to come and meet with a group of ladies who knew what I was going through and showed empathy and compassion when I needed it most. They spoke truth to me when I was confused or didn't know what to think or believe.