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... are depicted as living in perfect harmony with themselves, with each other and with God. 4 There was no fear of being hurt (they would not even know what hurt and pain were at this point in ...
... we often try to resolve through our partner is places of wounding from our background. Everyone has brokenness – no one had a perfect childhood – and so wherever we are in our journey towards healing we all tend ...
... (especially if we don't have people in our life walking with us through it) it should come as no surprise that we are prone to developing all sorts of unhealthy coping strategies in an effort to survive without ...
... tend to respond to disappointment by minimizing it (e.g., "It doesn't matter," "It's no big deal," etc.), then as you encounter larger disappointments (regarding your own life ...
... and reconnecting. Post Continued It is only when one (or both) parties reaches a firm decision to no longer want to work on the relationship that the door closes on any possible repair. Healing and repairing ...
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