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... Work Video: 6 Minutes Growing up in a broken world, we each can have places inside of us ... Intended Audience: General. Series: Love Talk Film Festival, Expert Panel (2015) Reflections on the ...
... Rate March 9, 2015 by Sean Slevin Intended Audience: Dating, Married. Series: Love Talk Film Festival, Expert Panel (2015) Reflections on the Divorce Rate Ideas for Keeping Relationships Vibrant Facing the Unfaceable ...
... Vibrant March 16, 2015 by Sean Slevin Intended Audience: Dating, Married. Series: Love Talk Film Festival, Expert Panel (2015) Reflections on the Divorce Rate Ideas for Keeping Relationships Vibrant Facing the Unfaceable ...
... whether they would be accepted or loved. But all of that was turned upside down when brokenness entered our world: Instead of feeling safe, they each felt threatened and afraid. Instead of feeling accepted and loved ...
... do bother one or the other (or both) of them. Building the mental and emotional muscles of tuning into (and thus not ignoring, as we can be prone to doing) the little things helps ...
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