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#1970407 11/13/07 06:15 PM
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My Former WW and I are going to try to work things out. I had bought a copy of HNHN for just such an occasion or so that if things went badly I'd know how to act in the futurre with another woman..anyways I digress..
My Wife is not much of a reader,
how do i get her to read HNHN with me to make the most of the book?
and when after the topic of reconciliation is brought up should I wait to bring up the book?
simple questions from a very simple man.


"If you lose hope, somehow you lose the vitality that keeps life moving, you lose that courage to be, that quality that helps you go on in spite of it all. And so today I still have a dream." -Martin Luther King, Jr. BS-26 (me) WW-27 2 kids... Kinda (3yo, 6yo) Together 5 years, married 2 Discovered the infidelity 09/12/2007
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How about you purchase it on CD?

You should also consider a MB weekend OR buying the Audio Course. Also the DVD on Dr Harleys basic concepts is excellent.

Counselling with Steve Harley

Lots of options!


Me: 56 (FBS) Wife: 55 (FWW)
D-Day August 2005
Married 11/1982 3 Sons 27,25,23
Empty Nesters.
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Ditto what BK said...If possible take a nice long roadtrip and listen to the CDs together...A getaway is a great way to jump start recovery...

Mrs. W


FWW ~ 47 ~ Me
FBH ~ 50 ~ MrWondering
DD ~ 17
Dday ~ 2005 ~ Recovered


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