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2402, 2021

11 Ways to Love Your Spouse Well

Many marriages will end when one feels the other does not love them anymore or does not love them how they need. People will say that they have “fallen out of love” with their spouses, or maybe they are exhausted from giving so much love but not receiving enough love in return. Even though love in marriage is about giving and receiving love (not just one or the other), it is often the culprit behind extramarital affairs, separation, and divorce. [...]

2202, 2021

The Hidden Hurt: Signs of Physical and Mental Abuse

The lasting effects of childhood physical and mental abuse can take their toll on adult survivors. Learning to recognize the signs of maltreatment will enable you to step in and assist a child in need. However, children are not only the only targets for abuse. Spouses and elderly parents are often victims of domestic violence. If you are an adult survivor of abuse, there is hope. You can find treatment to help you cope with the painful memories and negative [...]

1802, 2021

5 Practical Tips for Dealing with Workaholics

If you love someone who works too many hours, then is preoccupied with work while off the clock, they may be a workaholic. This problem has far-reaching consequences that can slowly wear down your relationship. However, you can get practical help in dealing with workaholics from a Christian counselor. Workaholic Definition A person may be a workaholic if he or she has a compulsion to work longer hours than what is considered normal for his or her profession. Compulsive behavior [...]

112, 2020

Can Christian Counseling Help with Weight Loss?

Sally has spent the last 30 years bouncing from diet plan to diet plan, watching her weight decrease and increase over and over again. Nothing has worked in her quest for weight loss. Jim has tried to put off weight over the years, knowing that his blood pressure would likely improve if he made positive health and lifestyle changes, but after a month or two he loses interest and goes back to his old ways. Victoria is disciplined with her [...]

411, 2020

Finding Hope and Healing After Childhood Trauma

The effects of childhood trauma don’t come to an end when a traumatized child enters adulthood. In fact, childhood trauma can continue to have significant effects throughout life, impacting daily functioning and relationships with others. However, healing is possible. In this article, we will explore just how childhood trauma affects victims – both in childhood and adulthood — and how faith can give hope during the recovery journey. Childhood Trauma Defined There are lots of ways to define trauma, but [...]

311, 2020

8 Steps to Forgiving Others

The act of forgiving others is essentially the act of pardoning an offender. In the Bible, the Greek word translated “forgiveness” literally means “to let go”, as when a person does not demand payment for a debt. Jesus used this comparison in his parable of the unmerciful slave (Matthew 18:23-35) as well as when he taught his followers to pray “Forgive us our sins, for we ourselves also forgive everyone who is in debt to us” (Luke 11:4). The Bible [...]

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