Category Archives: Divorce

When you feel like getting revenge

Seven responses when you feel like getting revenge.  Continue reading

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What should we know about marriage?

Originally posted on Wisdomforlife:
Someone once asked why so many married people seem so miserable. “Perhaps,” another responded, “it’s because so many miserable people are married.” Maybe marriage itself is not the problem. With a 50 percent divorce rate for…

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Catch my live show with @JustinBlaney

Catch my live show with @JustinBlaney on ‪#‎I4JLIVE‬ 5/7. Continue reading

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Eight point communication agreement

Eight guidelines for better communication! Continue reading

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What’s love got to do with it?

Relationships are difficult when love is absent. But what is love? When someone says, “I love you,” is there a way to know if he/she means it? Read more… Continue reading

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6 Links worth seeing

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How can I know he means it?

Unlike forgiveness, reconciliation of a broken relationship is a process conditioned on the attitude and actions of an offender. Those who commit significant and repeated offenses must realize that their responses and actions affect the timing of the process. Those who are genuinely repentant will accept this fact with brokenness and humility. Use the seven signs here to be sure someone is truly sorry. Continue reading

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