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Thank you – from the bottom of my heart – for this “Thought of the Day” that I receive and that makes me feel good. Every time, it is infinite love; there is never any reproach.
I have been married for almost 49 years. I have experienced physical and mental suffering for years: my husband was violent and he destroyed me morally. He is no longer violent, he has changed a lot, except about religion. Since I have retired, all my occupations are at the parish level, but my husband is jealous of God, he can’t stand that I’m involved outside our home.
Every day, I pray for his conversion and for me to behave fairly towards him. One day, I was told that I should have left. But I do not feel that God is expecting it from me. God does not seek the destruction of families. We have two daughters, the last one has two sons. When our daughters were teenagers, my husband behaved very badly towards them, but in the last ten years he has become sensitive and I think he has become aware of the harm he has done to them. We often have our grandchildren at home, he is an admirable grandfather and the children are very attached to him. We host a family meal once a month, our daughters and sons-in-law get along well and it’s a real pleasure to be together around the table. I tell myself that staying was the right choice, my family would have been destroyed.
There are times when I trust God and tell myself that, someday, my husband will eventually convert. At other times, I get discouraged and I think that it will not change. Every day, I make my consecration to Mary and I also consecrate my husband, my daughters and my grandchildren. Mary does not abandon people She is entrusted with.

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9 April 2022
: Thank you – from the bottom of my heart – for this "Thought of the Day" that I receive and that makes me feel good. Every time, it is infinite love; there is never any reproach.
I have been married for almost 49 years. I have experienced physical and mental suffering for years: my husband was violent and he destroyed me morally. He is no longer violent, he has changed a lot, except about religion. Since I have retired, all my occupations are at the parish level, but my husband is jealous of God, he can’t stand that I’m involved outside our home.
Every day, I pray for his conversion and for me to behave fairly towards him. One day, I was told that I should have left. But I do not feel that God is expecting it from me. God does not seek the destruction of families. We have two daughters, the last one has two sons. When our daughters were teenagers, my husband behaved very badly towards them, but in the last ten years he has become sensitive and I think he has become aware of the harm he has done to them. We often have our grandchildren at home, he is an admirable grandfather and the children are very attached to him. We host a family meal once a month, our daughters and sons-in-law get along well and it's a real pleasure to be together around the table. I tell myself that staying was the right choice, my family would have been destroyed.
There are times when I trust God and tell myself that, someday, my husband will eventually convert. At other times, I get discouraged and I think that it will not change. Every day, I make my consecration to Mary and I also consecrate my husband, my daughters and my grandchildren. Mary does not abandon people She is entrusted with.

Click here to read For the Happiness of Couples and Families
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Thought of the day

9 April 2022
: Thank you – from the bottom of my heart – for this "Thought of the Day" that I receive and that makes me feel good. Every time, it is infinite love; there is never any reproach.
I have been married for almost 49 years. I have experienced physical and mental suffering for years: my husband was violent and he destroyed me morally. He is no longer violent, he has changed a lot, except about religion. Since I have retired, all my occupations are at the parish level, but my husband is jealous of God, he can’t stand that I’m involved outside our home.
Every day, I pray for his conversion and for me to behave fairly towards him. One day, I was told that I should have left. But I do not feel that God is expecting it from me. God does not seek the destruction of families. We have two daughters, the last one has two sons. When our daughters were teenagers, my husband behaved very badly towards them, but in the last ten years he has become sensitive and I think he has become aware of the harm he has done to them. We often have our grandchildren at home, he is an admirable grandfather and the children are very attached to him. We host a family meal once a month, our daughters and sons-in-law get along well and it's a real pleasure to be together around the table. I tell myself that staying was the right choice, my family would have been destroyed.
There are times when I trust God and tell myself that, someday, my husband will eventually convert. At other times, I get discouraged and I think that it will not change. Every day, I make my consecration to Mary and I also consecrate my husband, my daughters and my grandchildren. Mary does not abandon people She is entrusted with.

Click here to read For the Happiness of Couples and Families

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