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grip of conflict
Communication

How to Break Free from the Grip of Conflict

Being surrounded by constant conflict and stress can color your view of the world around you: you begin to see everything as confrontational, stacked against

How do you control your anger during conflict?
Communication

How To Control Your Anger During Conflict

Do you have a question or concern about your relationship that you’d like us to address? Our Ask Us series answers reader-submitted questions.

Dealing with Conflict During the Holidays
Boundaries

5 Ways to Navigate Holiday Conflict

Very few of us like to admit it, but the holidays aren’t always the most wonderful time of the year for everyone. Even so, we

A real man
Communication

What it Means to Be a Real Man

Growing up in the United States, I learned that a “real man” was supposed to be tough, self-sufficient, strong, smart, rich, and desired by women.

Cultural Narcissism Today
Mindfulness

Cultural Narcissism in the US Today

As with all things evil, the origin of narcissism can be found at the fall of Eden. We see there our father and mother, Adam

thinking errors God wants to transform
Communication

14 Common Thinking Errors

Most people assume they have clear thinking. They believe their thoughts are logical. Therefore, when people disagree with them, they think it is everyone else

School During Covid-19
Communication

When You and Your Spouse Disagree

Q: What do you do when you and your spouse disagree on something? When COVID-19 first happened, my husband and I agreed that we would not

Emotional Abuse and the Assault on Reality
Emotional Abuse

Emotional Abuse: An Assault On Reality

This article is part of a series that examines different aspects of emotional abuse.  I will focus on one of the primary control strategies of

Anger as Weaponry
Boundaries

Emotional Abuse, Part 3: Anger as Weaponry

“Emotional abuse” often feels like a heavy and serious accusation, especially when combined with the words “anger” and “weaponry.” Yet living in an emotionally abusive

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