Last week we talked with the wife, Michelle, about forgiveness. I believe that all spouses can be forgiven for anything if they show remorse, agree to get counseling and they recommit themselves to the marriage. Today we are trying to figure out if Scott has met those criteria to gain forgiveness.
How are we doing today Michelle?
”I just don’t think that you can fix our marriage Steven. I am so angry at him. I don’t want to see him, I don’t want to talk to him. I just want him to go away. Of the three things that you laid out in order for me to grant forgiveness, he has only done one! That one is contacting you and I don’t know how much credit I can give him for that because he has contacted counselors before and nothing has ever changed. He has not shown me any remorse. He has not changed. He cannot recommit until he has changed.”
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He has taken full responsibility for all of the troubles in your marriage. That is the first step in my process of developing leadership within a man. I have talked to Scott a number of times since you and I last talked. If it is ok with you, I would like to invite him in right now . . .
“He is here?”
I knew it would be necessary for him to apologize to you in person so I asked him to come back and meet with us again today. Is that ok?
“I guess, if he is here.”
Come on in Scott. I have this list in front of me of 54 things that you have done wrong to your wife. Were you aware that she had this many problems with you?
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