Help! My Spouse Committed Adultery: First Steps for Dealing with Betrayal (CCEF Minibook)
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  • Publisher: New Growth Press
  • Publication Date: Published: July 2008
  • ISBN: FRCB_CCEF_HELPMYSPOUSECOMMITTE_9781934885383

Help! My Spouse Committed Adultery: First Steps for Dealing with Betrayal (CCEF Minibook)

Smith, Winston T.

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Your spouse was unfaithful. Those four words don't begin to do justice to the horror you are experiencing. Rage, fear, grief, and even numbness are all normal responses to the shock of betrayal.

The pain of betrayal is like touching a hot stove. Your instinct is to move away fast. But marriage and family counselor Winston T. Smith urges you to not make any quick decisions about the future of your marriage, to instead go to God with your hurt and pain. He also offers practical, biblical advice on how to talk with your spouse about the adultery, how to set boundaries, and how to process your emotions in a godly way.

About the Author

Winston T. Smith, M.Div, is the director of counseling at CCEF, a faculty member, a lecturer of practical theology at Westminster Theological Seminary and has been counseling for almost 15 years. He holds a Master of Divinity degree from Westminster Theological Seminary, where he is also in the process of attaining a Doctor of Ministry degree. He is also concurrently pursuing a Master of Counseling Psychology, Marriage and Family degree from Chestnut Hill College. Winston is the author of the mini-book entitled Rest, and is currently working on a book on marriage. Winston has been married to his wife, Kim, for sixteen years and has a son and two daughters. Winston enjoys reading, exercise and fitness, and martial arts. Areas of interest/experience: Marriage and family, depression and anxiety.


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Your spouse was unfaithful. Those four words don't begin to do justice to the horror you are experiencing. Rage, fear, grief, and even numbness are all normal responses to the shock of betrayal.

The pain of betrayal is like touching a hot stove. Your instinct is to move away fast. But marriage and family counselor Winston T. Smith urges you to not make any quick decisions about the future of your marriage, to instead go to God with your hurt and pain. He also offers practical, biblical advice on how to talk with your spouse about the adultery, how to set boundaries, and how to process your emotions in a godly way.

About the Author

Winston T. Smith, M.Div, is the director of counseling at CCEF, a faculty member, a lecturer of practical theology at Westminster Theological Seminary and has been counseling for almost 15 years. He holds a Master of Divinity degree from Westminster Theological Seminary, where he is also in the process of attaining a Doctor of Ministry degree. He is also concurrently pursuing a Master of Counseling Psychology, Marriage and Family degree from Chestnut Hill College. Winston is the author of the mini-book entitled Rest, and is currently working on a book on marriage. Winston has been married to his wife, Kim, for sixteen years and has a son and two daughters. Winston enjoys reading, exercise and fitness, and martial arts. Areas of interest/experience: Marriage and family, depression and anxiety.


  • Cover Type:
  • Publisher: New Growth Press
  • Publication Date: Published: July 2008
  • ISBN: FRCB_CCEF_HELPMYSPOUSECOMMITTE_9781934885383