By accepting pain, we become stronger. We do less harm to those we love. By living in brokenness, we grow closer to those we love. It is a journey from shamefulness to kindness, from confusion to wisdom, and from loneliness and hostility to rich relationships.
Around New Years this year I wrote an article to the effect of the unified husband and wife achieve more. People who share common goals have a greater likelihood of achieving their goals. Dave Ramsey, in his book EntreLeadership, uses a metaphor to show the synergy of working in teams. I think the number one… Continue reading The most important team in your life
Each type of biblical love might be the opposite of one of Gottman’s four horsemen. If this is so, what is the combination?
In a loving home, the wife is loved and safe. Not subjugated. In a loving home, children are encouraged and built up. They are not shamed.