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Ask Sheri – Can you help me get my husband back?

“My husband of 12 years recently left me for another woman.  We have two daughters, ages 8 & 4, and I am at a loss for what to do.  I am so worried about them.  Will my husband come back to me?  My friend knows a witch who says she can make him want to come back.  Can you help me get him back?”  – Mags

Dear Mags,

It is always difficult to lose the ones we love, no matter the situation.  However, this witch friend is not the answer.  In fact, every true witch I know would tell you that kind of spell isn’t witchcraft but something else altogether.  It’s never okay to interfere with someone’s free will.  There is always a price to pay, and it never works out for the best.  Maybe you think that you want him back no matter the cost, but I’ll tell you this is not in your best interest.

I know it hurts.  You feel betrayed, confused, scared and so much more, but there is a way to get through this.  Just like any other loss, you take it one day at a time.  Focus on getting up in the morning, then the next task and the next.  It will be hard to do, but you can do this and will.  You are a strong woman.  Maybe you’ve forgotten that part of yourself somewhere along the line, but she’s still within you.

The path your life is on right now does not include getting back with your husband.  In fact, I already see him as an ex-husband, but don’t let this break you.  I promise, there are better things coming for you.  I see things changing in your life for the better.

Things have been difficult for the past several years for you, your husband and your family.  Maybe there have been financial issues as well, but there is an overwhelming feeling of a stagnant life here for all of you.  You and your husband have been strangers living in the same house for quite some time.  He’s been committed somewhere else for the last year and a half – maybe his work?

Don’t worry quite so much about your girls.  Yes, divorce is difficult, but you will all make it through this.  It’s more important to teach your girls about strength and being brave enough to make changes when life calls for them.  It’s better to free yourself from this relationship now than to remain in a loveless marriage.   Imagine 20 or 30 years from now one of your daughters being in your shoes.  Would you tell her to cast crazy spells to get back the man who isn’t properly committed to her, or would you tell her to find the love she deserves?  Guess what my advice is to you?

Go find the love you deserve, Mags.  He’s out there.

Wishing you so much true love,

Sheri

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  1. Rev. Sheri
    Rev. Sheri says:

    Hi Luc! I’m glad you like my site. 🙂 I read your comments and had a thought, so I’ll share real quick. If he’s not so committed to your relationship, maybe you should try being less committed, too. Maybe you’re not ready to actually leave him, but focusing less on him and being open to other possibilities in your life could be a very good thing for you. Just a thought … 🙂

    ~ Sheri

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  2. Luc
    Luc says:

    wow Rev. Sheri what a good advice… hard to do of course… but so true. I’m also having a hard time deciding if “true” love waits and forgives “everything” like long (3 months) or so abscences, silences… sometimes I feel neglected and ignored… even if I know we’re not in a committed relationship sometimes it feels like there’s still something between us and I hang on to this tiny feeling of hope… but people around me tell me he’s not worth the wait… and I’m so confused…
    I do believe I deserve better, more love and attention but cannot find the courage to walk away… any comments from anyone?

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