I listened to you read my story and it was surreal. I've heard you talk about so many other people's situations that it was strange to hear you do my story. You handled everything wonderfully. When I was going through all of this stuff a decade ago, I never would have imagined one day I would ever be sharing my story with anybody. I was so embarrassed by everything. I feel like I have come full circle now that my story is hopefully helping other people, including both men and women. Thank you for what you do and for all the lives you are helping. This isn't an easy topic for anybody to talk about and you do so with such grace and kindness. I'm glad I found your podcast and I'm glad I was able to contribute.
I also was so incredibly saddened to hear about your recent tragic loss. I don't know you but having listened to you for so long I feel like we are real friends. I was completely heartbroken and you are in my prayers. I know everyone says that but you really are.
I started listening to your podcast in May 2020 when I suspected my wife was having an affair. Between then and now it has become clear to me that she was, up until the end of July 2020, when she broke it off. I am so grateful to you and your contributants that I was able to see and understand how our relationship got to the stage that she needed to seek emotional and sexual fulfilment elsewhere, and what that means for the woman, my wife, herself: we are working on our marriage (not just for our three children) and hope to stay together, but I'm not sure that I would have had the necessary levels of understanding and acceptance to do that without your podcast, your insights, and those of your contributors.
I have been keeping you in my thoughts during your time grieving the loss of your husband, and I pray that you are able to remember him with joy and move forward in your life.
Thank you again, and if God's for you, may God bless you.