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WHY I Chose Celibacy w/ Sheri Riley | Episode 126

podcast December 31, 1969

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In this episode, Sheri Riley breaks down her journey to becoming a wife, building a multi-million dollar consulting business and maintaining her sanity through it all.


Here are the 5 key takeaways from this episode:

1️⃣ Infidelity: The Root Cause: Discover why infidelity is not the same for everyone and how the causes can vary. Gain insights into how some people may be aware or unaware of their partner's infidelity.

2️⃣ Overcoming Insecurities and Trusting: Learn how Sheri discovered the power of vulnerability and trusting their partner. Find out how they shifted their perspective and stopped holding their partner accountable for their own issues.

3️⃣ Brokenness and Self-Sabotage: Explore the reasons behind self-sabotaging behavior in men and the impact it can have on families. Discover how brokenness and unaddressed pain can lead to destructive coping mechanisms.

4️⃣ Parenting for Positive Growth: Uncover essential parenting tips, including intentional quality time with children, limiting screen time, and teaching them at the level of their potential rather than just their current grade level.

5️⃣ The Journey to Finding Love: Follow our speaker's personal journey of faith, self-discovery, and positivity as they ultimately find their spouse. Discover how changing perspectives can attract love into your life too.

Fun Fact from the Episode: Did you know that some marriages actually become stronger after infidelity while others continue to struggle? It all boils down to the process of forgiveness, repentance, and maturity.

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