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10 January 2015
Category:
Marriage
Comments: 1

LOVE LISTENS

Few of us listen patiently. The way we communicate to our spouse reflects the condition of our heart. If we are angry because of unmet expectations then we tend to respond harshly. A lot of times in a conversation we listen to respond and not to understand. This should be our daily challenge. Try to […]


7 January 2015
Category:
Communication
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I Pad, IPhone, “I Messages”?

Everyone knows what an i Pad and an iPhone are now a days, but what about “I Messages”?  “I Messages” are a form of verbal communication, via face-to-face with an individual or sent through the Apple (or Android) devices. “I Messages” contain a formula where one can use this verbal communication style to express their […]


31 December 2014
Category:
Marriage
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Inviting God

If you do not pray as a couple I encourage you to start. Here are some ways to do that: Start by praying silently together. Sit down together and hold hands. Discuss your mutual concerns and start to pray silently. As you get more comfortable with silent prayer you can finish your silent prayer aloud […]


8 December 2014
Comments: 2

THE OXYGEN YOU NEED!

When you are not communicating in your marriage you are giving the devil uncontested time to talk to each of you separately, sowing seeds of suspicion, doubt and lies. The silent treatment is the loudest invitation of trouble in your marriage. Regardless of how bad things get between you and your spouse, keep talking. Here […]


17 October 2014
Category:
Marriage
Comments: 0

Your Husband NEEDS Friendship

A couple was in a deeply troubled marriage, one that had reached a crisis point. Divorce loomed. When it came to fixing the relationship, they didn’t even know where to start. That’s when the wife had a revelation. She realized it was time to do something drastic. She asked her husband to take her hunting. […]


14 October 2014
Category:
Parenting
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Connect with your Child

Let go of distractions. The key point here is to focus all of your attention on your child for a set-aside time with them whether it is ten minutes a day or one hour. Speak your child’s love language. Know what makes them feel loved and give it daily. Some kiddos need more affection, while […]


16 September 2014
Category:
Self Worth
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Don’t say YES when you want to say NO

If you are a person that wants to be “nice” and “not cause problems”, but you suffer in silence and believe that nothing can be done to change the situation you need to read further. Learning how to be assertive can help you overcome fear, shyness, passivity, and even anger. Asserting yourself involves advocating for […]


15 September 2014
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Danger! Work Zone (Affair Zone)

  Work is the #1 breeding ground for affairs.  In the past this statement only included men but with more women in the workplace, women are just as likely to cheat with someone they work with.  The cause of this is most likely opportunity and time spent.  Most people spend more hours at work than […]

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