Isolation to Intimacy
Online Program & Community
Your Guide to Hope & Healing
A Proven Strategy for Peace and Security in the Wake of Your Spouse's Adultery or Addiction to Pornography
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What is it?
ISOLATION TO INTIMACY is an online program created for spouses whose partners have committed adultery or are addicted to pornography.
It is a personal, practical, biblically-based guide to move you from trauma and isolation to hope and healing.
What does it include?
Everything you need to start your journey out of isolation and move purposefully toward healthy intimacy with God and a circle of safe others.
Out of Denial & Isolation
Learn to grieve your losses and accept your powerlessness to change others.
Renewing Your Heart & Mind
Confront your pain and implement proven methods to change how you view God, yourself, and your spouse.
The Power of Three
Make God your primary source of strength and identify your support system: groups, professional counselors, and safe others.
The Wound Behind the Why
Understand how childhood wounds manifest in adulthood, and create space to extend grace to yourself and to your spouse.
Boundaries: Taking Responsilibity for You
Learn how to recognize personal boundaries, refrain from violating others’, and set and hold your own.
The Long & Winding Road
The process of recovery includes counting the cost of intimacy, recognizing repentance, and choosing forgiveness.
There’s Glory in Your Story
Growth and gratitude produce intimacy, the desire to recycle pain for others, and an acceptance of others’ choices.
EACH Module includes:
4-5 VIDEO course lessons,
4-5 personal, practical ASSIGNMENTS,
PLUS dozens of RESOURCES including guide sheets, helpful links, affirmations, and supplementary reading materials.
Who’s it for?
It’s for you if you’ve taken on one of these roles in your marriage.
You suspect your spouse is lying or hiding, but haven’t found evidence to prove they’re guilty of sexual sin. You secretly scour their emails, credit card receipts, or text messages looking for clues. Catching them has become an obsession.
You’re emotionally paralyzed. You know your spouse has committed adultery or watches porn. You’ve ignored it, letting it eat away at your conscience hoping it’ll go away on it’s own, or you simply have no idea what to do or where to start.
You and your spouse have been in recovery or you’ve been separated for months or years with little contact. You feel like you’re hanging in limbo, a prisoner to their bad choices. You want to believe your marriage can be healed but your faith is wearing thin.
You’ve known or suspected your spouse of having an affair or an addiction to pornography. You’ve been paralyzed and isolated by fear, shame, or grief. It’s time to start your journey toward hope and healing.
How long does it take to complete the program?
As long as you need. While recovery is a difficult and challenging process, it is also as individual as you are. Much depends on where you start your recovery, how well you know yourself, your Bible literacy, and how quickly you are ready to change old patterns of thinking (Romans 12:2).
It is recommended you take at least 3-5 days to complete each lesson. This includes watching the video several times to process the information and scriptures, completing the assignment, and exploring the supplementary resources. Some lessons will take longer. Others you will want to repeat several times.
How often do I receive my course modules?
From the course dashboard, you will have access to the first two modules when you register. Thereafter, and to help you stay on course, you will receive access to one additional module, including all the lessons and the corresponding Self-Care lesson, in accordance with your individual program options as noted in your contract.
How often are the coaching sessions?
You have access to 4-8 one-hour private coaching sessions with Kim Pullen based on your individual program options as noted in your contract. Sessions occur upon the completion of each module or as scheduled.
You have six months from your registration date to complete your coaching sessions.
How long can I access the program?
You will have 24/7 unlimited lifetime access to all the course materials including module videos, assignments, supplementary resources, and the online community, as well as any new material that’s added.
Do I have to be a Christian or know the Bible to benefit from the program?
You do not need to be a Bible scholar prior to beginning this program, however, some Bible knowledge will be helpful. If you do have Biblical relationship with God, the lessons will dramatically improve your intimacy with Him.
If you do not have a Biblical faith, the program will nurture your understanding of the scriptures and open your eyes to God’s infinite love and compassion (Romans 10:17).
How private is the online community?
It’s a private and confidential as you want it to be. You can use whatever username or avatar you like. Nobody but the administrators can view your name or email address without your permission. I am very serious about protecting your privacy and your confidential information (1 John 2:5).
What if my spouse is abusive?
Please note this program is designed for difficult marriages, not dangerous ones. If you are in an environment that is not safe, we encourage you to seek help as your safety is of primary importance. In the US, we recommend you contact the National Domestic Violence Violence Hotline as soon as possible. There are two ways:
- Call 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) and talk to a trained advocate available 24/7/365
- Live Chat 24/7/365
or outside the US, find a local domestic abuse help agency near you.
Start healing today.
- Up to 6-Months of Personal, Private Coaching with Kim Pullen
- 8 Modules
- 44 Course Videos
- 7 Self-Care Lessons
- 36 Personal, Practical Assignments
- The Intimacy Manifesto
- Access to the i2i Private Online Community
- Bimonthly Group Q&A Sessions
- Dozens of guide sheets, helpful links, affirmations, and supplementary resources
You have nothing to lose and everything to gain including a deeper, more intimate relationships with God, safe friends, and maybe even your spouse.
Start your personal journey now!
What others are saying about Kim Pullen, Hope for Spouses, and the Isolation to Intimacy program
When I first found Hope for Spouses, my husband had just abandoned me to pursue another affair, and I didn’t know where to turn. I was devastated! I couldn’t eat, sleep, or think about anything except how this had happened to me…again.
Then I started Kim’s Isolation to Intimacy program and for the first time, started to see myself clearly. Loaded with scriptures, the program helped me see how I needed to change, how much God loves me, and how I no longer need to fear the future.
The Isolation to Intimacy program has drastically changed my marriage because it forced me to look in the mirror. Without God being #1 in my life, I would continue to spiral downward and my fears would consume me.
I have learned to set and maintain healthy boundaries, and the online community gives me a safe place to share my thoughts, struggles, and fears. I have also learned how to go to God to meet many spiritual and emotional needs my spouse was not created to meet for me.
I didn’t know such a resource existed that gathers all this information in one place. The most valuable part of this program for me is how Kim uses the Bible to support the entire recovery journey. I felt understood, not only by God, but by Kim. It was like taking my journey with God on one side and a friend on the other.
There is so much wisdom and knowledge to absorb in the Isolation to Intimacy program. God used it to help me uncover and safely surrender my pain to him so I could experience freedom and healing. I feel confident knowing I now have a better idea of what God wants for me and where I am headed. I no longer feel like I’m walking in the dark.
As a wife who discovered her husband’s sexual sin 35 years into my marriage, I highly recommend this program. Kim has developed an insightful and powerful resource for anyone who has experienced the effects of betrayal trauma from a spouse’s unfaithfulness, whether through an affair, prostitution, or pornography and masturbation.