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... ') Compassion& Hope: Unpacking My Christian Perspective March 3, 2014 by Sean Slevin Intended Audience: Christians, General. Video: 8 Minutes I believe that we were created for healthy, peaceful relationships ...
... will finally be the one who loves/accepts/treats me the ways I've longed for, unlike how my parents 2 did not (or were not able to)!" And as much as we are ...
... work is so difficult, the reward of laboring to grow and heal in these ways is priceless. In my experience, both in my personal journey and in walking alongside of others, the fruit of these efforts ...
... sense of who we are, what is important to us, our identity, etc.) in the name of valuing the relationship. Relationships do take time and effort. But so does personal growth. And ...
... to addressing issues individually, and relationally, that have been ignored and have been inhibiting the couple's growth. My previous video Knowing When You Need to Address an Issue is pertinent here. Avery Powell at WHSV was ...
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