Tag Archives: Conflict resolution

Marriage Rip-Currents And How To Avoid Them

I spent a day this week at the beach with my daughter and three of her four children–we left the baby at home. When we arrived it looked like a storm might blow in, so my oldest granddaughter suggested we … Continue reading

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Part 4 – One Simple Key to Resolving Quarrels

What if there was a simple key to help us unlock the door of conflict resolution? Imagine how quickly those doors that slammed shut in your face could be reopened allowing the sun to shine on your marriage again. Wouldn’t … Continue reading

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He Said, She Heard

It started out like a typical conversation: He: What do you say we go get some ice cream. She: That sounds good, BUT I really don’t need it. He: Yeah, and I don’t really want it. An hour passes, and … Continue reading

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Turning Down The Heat

This is Lisa Graf’s (Mom Blog) and my 3rd collaborative post on Wedded Bliss Wednesdays. Lisa’s part is in purple and my part is in red. We pray you will find encouragement to help you turn down the heat when … Continue reading

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