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... them i.e., a family member, mentor, pastor or counselor As a side note, this one ... . This stems from repeated experiences of not having the resources (within ourself, and/or in our ...
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... guide, a counseling questionnaire, as well as a pastor/counselor's premarital plan for walking a couple through ... for a Doubt-Free Wedding Day acts either as a stand-alone resource or as a companion to The Sacred Search and ...
... matter e.g., family, friends, mentors, pastors, a counselor, etc. Note: I ... to work through forgiveness), and we don't have resource people in our life who can help us build ...
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