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by Louise (Bromley) Jewell, MA - Mar 19, 2015

For many wives, dealing with the reality that their husbands have been secretly acting out,...

by Christy Kane - Feb 12, 2015

“It’s just a story. Why is everyone taking it so seriously?”

This is what I read in...

by Sarah Fletcher - Nov 22, 2014

Promises. Faith. Distrust. Denial. Reality. As wives and partners of sex addicts, we're...

by Sarah Fletcher - Oct 18, 2014

I love children's books. They somehow condense the stuff of life into brief, simplistic,...

by Christy Kane - Oct 6, 2014

As many of you may remember, I have taken the past several months away from leading groups and...

by Louise (Bromley) Jewell, MA - Oct 3, 2014
Divorce is a Death. And it too needs a place to say, Goodbye.

July 2013 Journal entry ...

by Staff Author - Sep 23, 2014
Marsha Means

Have you struggled in your effort to use healthy ­­­­boundaries? They are so important, but so...

by Jennie Gill - Sep 11, 2014

This process is called Kintsugi. Kintsugi is the Japanese art of repairing broken pottery...

help for wives of sex addictsJourney to Healing and Joy is a ministry developed to help wives of sex addicts, as well as their marriages. Here you will not automatically be labeled codependent. Rather, based on recent research, we believe most partners of sexual addicts are suffering from trauma, and that many of their symptoms will ease as their trauma is addressed.

This ministry grew out of the personal and professional experience of Christian counselor, author, and speaker, Marsha Means. If your husband has affairs, is addicted to pornography, struggles with same-sex attraction, or some other form of extra-marital sexual behavior, you are in the right place. The counselors and coaches who offer help and support here have personally experienced the pain and loss sex addiction brings, whether one is the sex addict or his partner.

Each of us cares deeply about the heartache and confusion you feel and wants to provide encouragement, hope, and support. Because we have not only survived our own painful experiences with sex addiction—but gone on to thrive—we want to help you make the same healing journey. We invite you to reach out and ask us for help.

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