When a destructive affair with an older, married boss ended in sexual assault, Linda was grateful her husband took her back. The reconciliation was short-lived. Linda quickly found herself drawn to another older, married man. Even though he was selfish and controlling, she needed to be the one he chose. She got her wish, but shortly after he proposed her repressed memories of childhood sexual abuse almost destroyed Linda and her new relationship. Linda persevered and they married. But just as he had done to his first wife, every two years her second husband left her. She always took him back—even after he moved in with his friend, a man charged with possession of child porn. Why did Linda cling to this unhealthy relationship? Would she ever find the strength to let go?