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... ') Does an Affair Mean the End of the Marriage? June 15, 2016 by Sean Slevin Intended Audience: Dating, Married. Video: 10 Minutes Infidelity is devastating to a marriage – the hurt ...
... that we even do bad things at times. However, I don't think that understanding and compassion for oneself means denying the destructiveness of our bad behavior – when we hurt others we are still accountable for our acting ...
... entering into our pain and comforting our self there) without attacking the other person's value. 4 This doesn't mean we let the other person off the hook regarding their behavior – on the contrary, it is only ...
... as pastors, ministry leaders, etc.) continue to work at their own growth. This doesn't necessarily mean that a helper must always have their own counselor (though personally I highly recommend it!), ...
... to relationships that can help us more constructively engage with ourself and others regarding difficult emotions. Does an Affair Mean the End of the Marriage? (video) Also see Working Through Grief and Forgiveness (video) ...
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