Don't let your spouse pay the price for your dysfunction.
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Say goodbye to the last 365 days and say hello to what's ahead.
This isn't about your past. This is about your future.
It's not always about saying the right things; sometimes, it's about not saying the wrong things.
But if you do struggle with these addictions, don't despair. Jesus offers the perfect solution.
Goals won't get you anywhere if your systems are broken.
If you are waiting on God's promises, don't look for shortcuts.
Whether your addiction is cigarettes, pornography, drugs, alcohol, food or sex, this step is for you.
Here are some things to understand and do to encourage communication again.
Have you ever cried out for forgiveness—only to fall into the same sin shortly afterward?
Every newlywed couple should know these things!
Once you believe this lie, all hope of you getting better is gone.
We should say these things on a regular basis.
Most addicts have an emotional age of 14 or 15.
Huddle up with your son and ask, "What is your favorite father/son activity?"
If you're not sure if one applies to you, ask your spouse.
It takes a mere 15 minutes per day.
Many times, this curious quest comes from a genuine place of love.
It's a high price, but so worth it.
This exercise is helpful for those that suffered emotional, physical, sexual or even spiritual trauma.