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... history, does have a powerful influence on how we internalize new experiences. The more variables that are new ... This is very much in contrast with the more common model of placing most/all of one's well being ...
... (in our culture) can too quickly pursue divorce is that we mistakenly believe a spouse can resolve certain internal struggles for us, which in actuality can not be resolved by one's spouse. 1 This sets up ...
... Footnotes both being at peace with our self, as well as with others Christians and those of other belief systems approach the Bible and the Creation account in a variety of ways. For example, some view it ...
... don't have resource people in our life who can help us learn to work through them i.e., a family member, mentor, pastor or counselor As a side note, this one of the reasons it is ...
... (Working Through Grief and Forgiveness) instead. Footnotes i.e., letting our pain matter e.g., family, friends, mentors, pastors, a counselor, etc. Note: I say "seem like ...
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