OK, I've got a question that has been getting me for a while.
Seems like just about every time I see a post about someone who caught their husband cheating, there's the statement
'since then we've been attending church regularly'
I don't know about you, but in church I grew up in I can name about 4 cases that I knew of where someone had a affair........with someone else in the church!
In one case it was the minister that got busted!
Seems like if you want to keep someone from cheating, then maybe you should be in a marriage counselors office. Or showing them what a good life they have with you by spending more time together by having romantic dates. I just can't see how taking a cheating man to church is supposed to help him keep it in his pants!
Catch a man cheating so the solution is to take him to church and bore him to pieces when so often men claim they cheated because they were bored?
Sorry, but I don't get it!
Asked by Anonymous at 5:51 PM on Mar. 2, 2011 in Relationships
Answer by tnm786 at 5:54 PM on Mar. 2, 2011
I could see turning to things of the spiritual nature would put life and things that are most important into more perspective. Of course, if the person isn't open to change or helping themselves, not even church or counseling will save them from what they want to do, be it good or bad! I would say going to church would be a way to rethink your priorities, and turning to your God would have you say "what would Jesus do" or "what should I be doing" or "this isn't something that God wants me to do".
Answer by CABlonde at 5:57 PM on Mar. 2, 2011
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