Written by Todd FoleyMaybe you’re familiar with this scenario: Driving together in the car, both of you looking straight ahead and not saying a word. Someone apparently was in the wrong, and the other person is bound and determined for this fact to be acknowledged. Yet nothing can move forward because no one is saying anything.
Written by Todd FoleyThis is the second installment of a two-part series. Click here to read the first article.
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Jerry is always right. Carolyn, his wife, is always wrong. He makes sure she knows this. He shifts blame, shirks responsibility and seeks control, but still proclaims his commitment to their marriage. This juxtaposition of love and abuse blinds him to the fact that he’s an emotionally abusive husband.
Written by Laird CrumpThis month’s couple devotional is focused on the challenges of marriage and, in particular, the thriving marriage trait of healthy conflict management.
Written by Todd Foley
This article is the first installment of a two-part series. Click here to read the second article.
Carolyn knew she had something to say, but she had to build up the courage to tell her husband, Jerry.
She finally told him that she’s been thinking about going back to school for further education.
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