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    How To Trust My Husband Again

    Applied Chassidus with Rabbi Simon Jacobson: How To Trust My Husband After He Has Fallen? Chassidic Anger Management; What is the Rebbe’s Message for Children Beginning a New School Season? Video

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    r.jacobson can you
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    r.jacobson can you

    email me at [email protected] it’s urgent, thanks

    To #1
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    To #1
    its would be very helpful...
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    its would be very helpful...

    ..If there could be some sort of reference as to where in the video each of the questions are addressed so that in the case that someone doesn’t have time to watch the whole thing but wants to hear the answer to a specific question, he is able to do so. Maybe they could write the seconds next to the questions: for example: “how to overcome selfishness” (minute 12:55- 15:20) or at least address the questions in the order that they are listed above. Just some ideas…

    Trusting your husband
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    Trusting your husband

    I couldn’t find the answer to this question at what point is it addressed? Can you let me know the start time please

    Trusting husband
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    Trusting husband

    Husband is half if your soul
    When he fails you fail
    Of course you have to trust again !

    # 4
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    # 4

    BEGINNING of part 2

    to 5
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    so the wife is to blame?

    and after he betrays her she should blindly trust again?

    noone should ever know the pain and devastation that this causes. Sending you a bracha that you always remain this ignorant by never experiencing this. Noone deserves this soul destroying experiences which opens eyes to things noone should experience or know about

    I agree with #7
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    I agree with #7

    Please realize that a spouse who has lived through abuse, infidelity, addictions, borderline personality, divorce or any other of the horrific experiences that this bitter golus can bring has experienced tests you simply cannot imagine unless you too have “been there” or lived thru it with someone you deeply love. So if you are blessed and have been spared, please refrain from posting these well-meaning but cruel comments.

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